Seeshambagh

Address: E 471, GK-II, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, India Gate, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and Dilli Haat.
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Travel Blogs from New Delhi

Exteriors of Delhi , where no one visits

A travel blog entry by minali on Nov 16, 2014

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I made my road trip to Delhi and the journey was more exciting than my destination that I had landed on as it was only the outskirts of Delhi where nothing really felt like real Delhi, yet I managed to visit a few nearby spots that were exceptional too. On my way to Delhi I stopped near a farm of sugarcane and walked inside on the sinking field. It felt like quick sand and I quickly ran over it , finding some stable land to stand on. It was fun to run between ...

2 rolled into 1

A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 08, 2014

... looking classy with our breezers ( we don't like gin) conversation flowing as we learn about their jobs and how long they've been stuck in India. Yes, I meant to say stuck, they all seemed to be capable of killing someone to leave. Next thing we knew, we had 3 security officers around us telling us there have been complaints and we have to leave. Me and Niomi found the whole thing terribly amusing but the others got really angry and defensive about the gin Tuesday ...

Culture shock

A travel blog entry by annavan on Mar 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... a car attracts the young street beggars. They tap on the windows asking for money but Rakesh tells us not to give anything as it will only fund the problem. Before we know it the car is surrounded by wide eyed, hopefully faces jumping up at us. I don't know how Alex can deal with it everyday because it's heartbreaking. Rakesh drives us through the mad roads of India quickly but safely into their complex. You have to pass two gated entrances with security ...

Last stop: Udaipur

A travel blog entry by tiffanykdansie on Nov 23, 2013

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... hung my handbag on my knee so that it wasn't touching the floor. I won't complain though as I was able to travel 5 and half hours for a mere 9 dollars! A journey that would have cost me several times that price in Europe. My travel assister, who met my in the morning and escorted me to my train asked me if we had train stations like this where I was from. Hmmmm... I decided to just say yes without going into any explanation on cleanliness, speed and efficiency of French ...

Masjid Mosque

A travel blog entry by carolandtravel on Nov 06, 2013

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... the muddy dirt track before the entrance to the though the throngs of people along a The long corridors Upstairs along Siena the tracks as we ran to keep up. He led the way the platform and the section we wanted. Train is packed, somewhat shabby. Bathrooms are filthy. Food is served but doesn't look safe. None of us have eaten on this 6 hr trip. Much merriment among a group of young adults behind us.....Marihana in air?
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