Ritz Hotel

Bara Bazar, Aizawl, Mizoram, 796007, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bara Bazar, Aizawl.
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    Travel Blogs from Aizawl

    SAROJ KUMAR RAI

    A travel blog entry by pawan42084 on Feb 16, 2010

    ... of Durgapur, West Bengal in the year 1980. Mr. SK Rai is blessed with two sons, a Daughter and a Grandson.



    Mr. SK Rai is a very well educated person and the only person in MRFS possessing a degree of LL.B. Mr. Rai was accorded with the "PRESIDENT'S SERVICE MEDAL" in 2008. ...

    Youth Hostel Teking Trip

    A travel blog entry by dhruvanand on Nov 02, 2009

    Stayed for 2 days in Village campsites and 2 days in Jungles.... it used to become dark by 5pm... had dinner @ 5:30 twice and slept by 7:30 .. and come to think that my colleagues will actually be slogging when I was already asleep :))

    Day 1 : Trek to Vaipuanpho (13 Kms.).
    - Largely downwards... crossed a small river and went downwards through bamboos with no ...

    Pan shpe town with hill tribes region,

    A travel blog entry by kopwint on Oct 13, 2009

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    Kalay myo....,

    There is explain about meaning of town is kalay mean child,myo mean to town,so complete name is town for child..,How funny name is...,
    So there kalemyo is one of another entrance of Chin state,Chin is our nationality and they are hill tribes and so many tribes different between them,according to record is they have more than 200 tribes and they have their dialectics language.
    You can ...

    Riding Stick

    A travel blog entry by izzie on Apr 18, 2008

    ... Indian and therefore, unlike his Mizo compatriots, not at all afraid to liberally apply the horn) loudly made his displeasure known. It was all getting a bit silly. Meanwhile, the mounting tension became all a bit much for the lady sat to my left and she inexplicably worked it out by rhythmically massaging my thigh with her fingertips. Wow, my thighs had a good night, huh? Further entertainment ...

    One foot in Burma

    A travel blog entry by izzie on Mar 28, 2008

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    OK so I'm not claiming I've "been" to Burma really, cos I haven't. But the land we are on is the same as the land meters away, and we did take a step over the line before the officials commanded that we step back. Rather comical really. Two white people, halted at an imaginary line drawn on a map, while all around them Mizo people of Indian and Burmese origin pass freely.Nice try.Instead we walked to the top of district park and looked at Rih Dil. Not quite the same, but ...