Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... br> Amelia: Too many to pick, but I would choose camel riding in Jaisalmer, I enjoyed watching beautiful sunset. It was very spirituous moment! It was rare opportunity for me to ride a camel so I am glad that I got a chance to ride an one.
Emily: Boat ride in Varanasi, I enjoyed it because I got chance to witness a real Hinduism ceremony and their religious customs.
Jasi: I have too many favorites to pick but I would choose the marketing, that are ...
... Amid the world’s most polluted city (the title was recently stolen from Beijing), store owners spend just as much time sweeping the red dust off their stoops outside their shops as they do attending to customers inside them. The street vendors call with pride to potential customers from behind food stalls that would presumably earn no more than an “F-” by NYC Health Department standards, but the delectable treats from which they are served have yet to ...
... well. We also saw the real Delhi, where the locals live, work, shop and sell, especially sell - you are frequently offered help in an effort to get you eventually to give them something or buy something or other. It was, nonetheless , an amazingly interesting walk through the narrow, highly congested, very noisy, garishly coloured, raw yet safe side of impoverished people, doing their best to make a few pennies. Images, sounds and smells that will stay in the memory ...
... to Haridwar where we quickly jumped in a cab and carried on to Rishikesh. We were quite excited about this train trip as our ticket read 'FC’ which we foolishly interpreted as First Class. We were quite disappointed when we realised that FC wasn’t the travelling experience we were expecting. Unlike our previous sleeper train (2A class and comparative luxury) We were not supplied with any bedding, just a cabin with two hard leather ...
... day, no
matter how great that might sound is difficult! We've both been
absolutely loving eating out every day though and just getting to try
so many different foods and types of curry we've not had before. Most
menus don't have English translations so we're having fun learning
and trying to remember what everything is :).
The poverty – There are many many
people living on the streets in Delhi. Not something we've
experienced before to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking