Heritage Village Resort & Spa Manesar
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We have an overnight stay at the Heritage Village Resort and Spa in Manesar before flying south to Goa.
The heavy traffic on NH8 made the relatively short distance from airport to hotel a lengthy journey. Our sightseeing schedule changes down a gear and we can begin to relax and enjoy a slower pace. Driving into the hotel first impressions …
... is on all the paper money. The park is well groomed and clean with the area around the grave surrounded by Dahlias. President Obama was here just last week so everything is in top shape. We really didn't have time to stop and contemplate Ghandi's life and his message. One of the down sides of a tour.
Our other big stop was the Bangla Sahib which is a Sikh House of Worship. Sikhs broke ...
... make rice in a pressure cooker, made layered roti and then a semolina pudding. My favorite was the pakora and the mattar paneer. After dinner we got our second surprise of the evening as we got dressed up in saris. I especially enjoyed how the same piece of fabric can fit my body as well as the very petit women enjoying the night with me. Complete with matching bindi and necklaces we were given as a gift, the outfit was finished. After taking some photos and saying our goodbyes it was back ...
... for a visit to the Tomb of Safdarjang . We arrived just at 5 just as the place was closing but they let me in for a quick visit. This is that last great enclose garden tomb in Delhi, built for one of the Moghul princes in the mid 18th century, when the Moghul empire was in a state of decadence. It took the Taj Mahal as its model, and is quite imposing, but nothing like the famous tomb in Agra. By now, we were in a bit of a quandary, as the next thing on the ...
... always someone different in the seats surrounding us and there is always someone standing in the aisle.
Furthermore, there is always a kid on the ladder next to my chair. Our bus is two tiered with reclining seats on the bottom and flat beds above them. It is marginally cheaper to travel in the seats and slightly more comfortable too I think. So the ladders up to the beds are only next to every other row of seats. I have a ladder that runs down next to the ...