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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... metro back to the hotel. We had some laundry done when in Manali & not sure how they charged us but it was a bit steep in price at 340 INR for a few things, although they told us they were nicely ironed. Don't think they had even seen an iron. Imagine our shock when we had some more done in Delhi & it cost us 1,080 INR or about $23. It was priced per item, so 30 INR for a pair of undies or 65 cents each pair. At least everything was nicely ...
... direct to McLeod Ganj, a small town in the Himalayan foothills.
My brief trip to the Mcloed Ganj bus collection point wasn't without drama. I guess if I was in a better place I wouldn't see this as a drama or it simply wouldn't have happened in the first place. I had chosen to walk to the bus point. I knew where it was and it was five minutes down the road. But before I departed I chatted with the bus agent. He offered me a lift and assured me the guy would turn up to ...
... as soon as possible. He's reading and writing and by all accounts is extremely bright. It made me reflect on whether, if we flipped our Western views on 'disability' on its head, and saw difference as a gift how much easier might it be for each person reach their full potential. His view was both humbling and illuminating because it was so sincere and genuine. He beamed so proudly as he spoke about his small son.We went through many areas where there ...
... the front and either sides of the House.In front of the Rashtrapathi Bhavan is the exquisite 145 foot Jaipur Column where in the first occupant Lord Irwin in 1931 inscribed - "In thought faith, In word wisdom, In deed courage, In life service, So may India be great."Rajaji was the first and last indian Governor general of India to occupy that exhalted place. The horror of decay that has set in over the years is a different ...
Sorry to all my fans for taking so long to write this.. I watched The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel last night and it has inspired me! So here goes..
India was surreal. The hustle and bustle of the cities was something I never really got used to, especially in the heat. Over 40 degrees every day. Then eating spicy food on top of this..
In the first week we covered three cities - Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. In Delhi we went for a street walk ...