Silver Oak

Plot No.43, Akashneem Marg, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plot No.43, Akashneem Marg, Gurgaon.
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    A Half Arsed Attempt To Be Helpful

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 06, 2014

    ... t already have registered. This is actually not too hard. Just keep going. I used an online random number generator and asked for 10 digit numbers starting with 91 then just copied and pasted til one worked.

  • If you keep getting error messages it could be that the mobile numbers you're trying are fine but you're trying to use an username that's already been taken. Go to ...

  • Namaste, India

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... an hour I found that my head was getting burnt out and my writing was starting to turn weak. I wanted to head out for a bit, grab some food and recharge my body. Sean joined me and we walked over to a small little hole in the wall, street food restaurant. The portions were massive, and when I couldn't finish anymore I gave my left overs to a beggar on the street. Sean and I continued to walk down the streets through a market area. He was on the hunt for cheap sunglasses. ...

    Taj Taj Taj tourists

    A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 10, 2014

    ... full of rats. Ni said the best thing as we approached the opening grand gates, 'You always have to walk through a shithole to find something beautiful, that just sums up India' it made me laugh because it's so true. As we reached the more touristy area we were bombarded by young kids on the streets asking for or trying sell us magnets, maps, key rings, postcards etc. I ended up emptying the entirety of my bag to give things to them because they were just too cute. ...

    All systems go.

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 12, 2014

    ... to Delhi alone each day, then I was surprised at the lack if facilities there.

    It had all you needed but that was all.

    I had a split second at the airport where I thought 'Jo, this is madness, go home now', but it was only a split second. I would rather go and hate it than always wonder what it was like.

    Right, dinner is smelling nice, there is a kid screaming in the background - just like ...

    First taste of India

    A travel blog entry by dafischer on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... still trips me up. It's awesome though--when you're here, you're so happy to be here that working a 15 hour day makes no difference. The Congo drums outside kept me energized for awhile (see video #3).

    Sleep. It's still a little off kilter, but I pass out because though I don't feel it, my body knows it needs to recup already. It's also partly exciting to sleep because the next day will be something else new--because it has to be--You're in ...