Harry's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we decided to drive back to Bikaner and took a walk to a nearby restaurant called Gallops. The food was beautiful albeit a tad expensive but we ploughed through it because this was to be our last cooked meal for a while as we had roughly 36 hours on a train ahead of us. Struggling with the walk home after gorging ourselves we sat around hoping the food would digest until it was time to board the train. Got settled in on our 2AC train and tried to get some kip on our way to ...
... lobby to drink much chai and watch Bollywood movies with our new friend Dana. We howled with laughter at the exaggerated facial expressions and actions. I could honestly watch these overly-theatrical movies for hours. With great sadness (not) we were to say goodbye to Delhi that evening. Rather apprehensively, we boarded our overnight train to Bikaner. Trains and India go together like my father and Old Dutch potato chips (extremely well). Altogether, I loved my first ...
... and confusion, there is a mass of people, cars, buses, bustling, horns tooting, Delhi Airport Security tow trucks with loud speakers abusing drivers in Hindi, a mixture of travellers, Sikhs, Muslims, women in Gurkhas, chaos , noise, 21 degrees, and we wonder - how the f...k will the bloke driving the car know where we are and how will he stop and pick us up! Some bloke out of the crowd says to Dale that he'll carry his bag, Dale politely refuses and catches us up ...
... we went, weaving in and out of traffic as appears to be the standard highway code here. There are no concept of lanes despite them being painted on the road and everyone just substitutes actual braking for repeatedly hitting their horn. I reached for my seatbelt and buckled up as the driver told me that people in the back didn't have to wear belts, just the ...
... some of the areas in and around Agra which shook us to the core. Living in a developing country as we do, we do see poverty, but nothing like the rawness we witnessed here, yet we still saw joy and smiles against all odds. When we returned to our room later in the day we both could not shake what we had witnessed from the start of our day, in the end, we gave what we could and offered humble prayers. We chose to see the Taj at sunrise, and happy we did, as we witnessed the ...