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Karen Pownell and Richard Dance, UK

Hi Rajesh I just wanted to say thank you so much for helping us have such a fantastic holiday. Your company was exceptional in all aspects, advice on hotels, ensuring there was nothing to worry about, providing good reps and guides, your follow up calls and your meal on the last night! great value I am recommending you to all I speak to! re breakdown • Delhi - • rep very good and professional - met on time and all in hand for us • hotel very good, the out of town aspect didnt bother us in the end as I liked the small charater and feel about it. The first room baywater was very nice. The last night room was not so nice (jaipur) as shower didnt have any pressure and room a bit small..... • Guide okay but wouldnt recommend him - treated it like a job rather than passion and spoke too fast • tour aspects good, there were a couple of other things we wanted to see in delhi but next time! • Train Journey fine • Agra • rep very good and professional • Guide - EXCEPTIONAL - use him again he was superb, very clear very informative, really made the Taj special for us • Hotel - fine and very clean and helpful. the bottom in our list for character but realised that not much choice here • Jaipur • rep - okay, good english, didnt really see him for long so cant really comment • Guide very good, good english and helpful saw the sites we wanted to see • Even thinking we should have done three nights here to walk around a bit aswell • Hotel - superb - loved the room and glad we had the upgrade :-) loved the hotel character and the pool and cocktails! • Evening dinner in that place 40 mins away - an experience! I would keep that in your itinery, we didnt stay long but good to experience to see the locals having fun with the activities • Shapura • Hotel very good, room lovely, pool area relaxing and the local town really fun to walk around as not touristy • food very good, host lady very welcoming • I would say however ( and other guest mentioned it) was that the food was luke warm. We werent sure if we were meant to eat at 7.30 or from 7.30. Those that got there at 8.00 had luke warm food. - you may want to mention it as we didnt have the heart to send it back. • Good for en route place to stop • Gainsborgourgarh (cant spell it!) • Exceptional - we loved it and loved the suite ( we saw a room and preferred the suite!) • We loved the character and that it is in development - out of all the hotels this one we would go back to • We loved the village as not touristy - they gave us tours of their houses and made us very welcome • Great food • lake Palace • Exceptional hotel - thank you for arranging a luxury room and helping Richard with the flowers and cake - it was a wonderful birthday! • Fantastic service and food and the hotel charater was amazing • Rep good but didnt see him for long so cant comment • Guide good, very good english • we didnt get the boat trip but to be fair we also didnt chase • glad we had three nights there • Driver overall very good, english was enough to get buy, very helpful, safe driver always on time • • Hope that was what you wanted • • many thanks again • • Karen and Richard •

  Destination Traveled- Rajasthan,Kerala

Date- 12-28 OCT 2010


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