Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
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Later in the day we made a stop at a rug factory for a demonstration of how hand-made silk rugs are constructed and of course the opportunity to make a purchase. This was similar to the experience we described during our visit to Turkey, so we will not go into detail. The silk rugs were beautiful, and the amount of work ...
... duration than was previously thought physically possible. Really, beyond his incandescent light bulb figure, the thing he has most in common with a teddy bear is the ability to sit and do nothing for endless hours, though his milieu is the curb while the bear favors a shelf or bedspread. He does not have the look or complexion of a physically well man. The whites of his eyes are the sticky amber of maple syrup which would suggest to any experienced medical practitioner that ...
... we weren't able to help will hopefully get a place at one of the schools through him, but sadly places and funds are limited. Let me know if any of you would like more information on the project.
Aside from school we have been out and about and getting around. Went to Agra last weekend to see the Taj Mahal which was pretty spectacular. Don't think I really realised quite how amazing it is and how huge it is too! It really is one of those sites you have to ...
... over to an unmarked car. It was a white car with newspapers covering the windows. We got in and there was another driver in the front seat. Before we could even negotiate price, he started driving! Once we were on the freeway towards the main town, we started to negotiate how much it would cost us (we were told no more than 400rupees). The man in the passenger seat automatically said it would cost 9000rupees. At this point we knew we had been conned into a scam. I told him no ...
... as India is home to more than a billion people, yet it seemed more crowded and crazy in Kathmandu.
As we were both getting fatigued from organizing and planing our travels in each country, we went ahead a booked hotels and train tickets for our whole stay in India through a travel agent today. Our plan sounds quite busy, but trying to squeeze India into three weeks is quite challenging. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking