Hotel Blue Sapphire
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... he was taking a short cut. Hmmm, a little further and we knew something was not quite right, again we corrected him and he immediately said it would cost more money than first decided. Sorry buddy, but we have no more than what we decided on. We quickly had to come up with a contingency plan and knew we could not bail out where we were as we didn’t know where we were, and it was not a pleasant area. We finally saw something familiar and both of us quickly and ...
... to $1000 USD, and be enough money to set up around 5 loans; the structure would be similar to Shikhar and how they organized women into groups of 5, and the loans would be administered by BBA “activists” who check up on the village about once every month like I mentioned earlier. In the spring when everyone from the BRIC program is back on campus, there would be an awareness / fundraising event for BBA, with the proceeds going into the following ...
... that and ended up with the biggest room they had with a massive double bed and a single.
We met our group and guide at 6pm. 16 of us, a mixture norweigens, deutch and then english. Everyone is very friendly!
We ate in a local fast food restaurant which was family run. We chose a vegatarian selection platter and it was very nice and spicy!
... the world go by. This was Delhi down to a 'T'.We veered away from the traffic, passed stalls selling antique coins, Indian sweets, jewellery, and clothes, all guarded by security guards. We were met by the stench of rotting rubbish, which was quickly taken away by the smell of street spices. The array of spices brightened our eyes, and sent tingles up our noses. Observing everyday happenings in Delhi was hard work, so we stopped at a kulfi cart (an spiced Indian version ...
Our Shimla to Kandighat Toy Train friends were right about the Shatabdi Express. They had told us that we would be well fed on our trip. Immediately we boarded the train we were served with tea and coffee, piping hot samosas, sandwiches, and a flossy type of sweet meat. A short time later out came mugs of hot spicy tomato soup which was really very good. After this feast we just had to decline the main course of a variety of curries and rice. ...