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... iron roofs. Corrugated iron must be big business in India. Homes, boarding houses, dentist and an array of other business sat atop the shops below all of which were fed electricity by a tangle of power lines that would give our health and safety in a coronary.
To say the street was narrow would be an exaggeration. Parked cars, market stalls, animals, people,and a myriad of other obstructions blocked the bus route. How the ...
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... Jaipur roads may even be crazier than Agra and Delhi. But, we arrived safely with Salim and agreed to keep him (forever...). Our hotel was so beautiful - The Pearl Palace Heritage, which is where they filmed the sequel to The Best Ever Exotic Marigold Hotel, with Richard Gere. The rooms are amazing, absolutely stunning. Everything is handcrafted, took them 5 years to build and is only a couple of years old. AND only 50 bucks a night. Unbelievable!
The next morning, ...
I was counting down the days to see my little girl, and then her flight was cancelled!
She was booked for Taipei to Delhi, changing planes in Guangzhou, and a few hours before we were due to meet her, she emailed that her second flight was cancelled, she was stuck in China, and didn't know yet how she'd get to meet us.
It all worked out. China Southern Airlines put her in a hotel, with a flight 12 ...
... evening, Nancy and I stopped for a pre-dinner pedicure in the ex-pat favorite, Khan Market. I explained to her our 12 Gluttonous Days of Christmas in Delhi and how "Delhi Belly" had taken on an entirely new meaning to Adam and me - a positive one, in fact, especially when prepared for us three times a day. The curries consisting of saffron, mustard seeds, and imperial cumin could have easily swayed me to return to my college vegetarian days of which Italy had geared me off so ...