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 …
... goodbye to him, as always I hated the flight home, not that I'm scared of flying sometimes I wish I was then I'd just pass out with fear and wake up in England but no it's just the most boring way to spend 10 hours, not helped by the fact the pilot was a tree hugger and flew as slowly as possible to reduce his carbon footprint. Where to next year? Nepal? Singapore? Or some other strange land, Yorkshire maybe, I leave this blog a wiser ...
... station, NDRS (see my last Delhi-related entry about the Taj Mahal).
The teenage desk clerk looked up from my passport, a frown creasing his dark brow - "No sir, no room, visa expired". I tried to explain to him the subtle differences between a lapse date and an expiry date, but to no avail. Now, to be fair, my visa had in fact lapsed some two weeks earlier, but because the fine print said "each stay not to exceed 90 days" I thought I had 90 days starting from ...
... and Jen, it was time to drive back to the Banbasa border again. Of course one evening in Rudrapur, meeting Bhooi and the kids is part of my by now routine trip. And this time I made it right on time back at the desks of the Immigration and Customs to say Hello-Again! Once more. They know me there by now, as I always cross at the same border town.
By now I have been back in Nepal for almost two months again… story and photos to follow this ...
... this was the most sophisticated decorative artwork seen in Delhi. Previous carving was done in plaster, but here it was done in stone, which is much more difficult and striking.
Elena and I wandered around some more, but the rains weren’t coming so it was quite hot. I was literally soaked through my shirt. So we decided to find some air conditioning. I had read about a nearby market in Sunder Nagar. We decided to take the short rickshaw ride down ...