Oyster Paradise - A Boutique Hotel
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is a city full of history, is part of the history of all India and has
impressive buildings , each of these buildings has a story, Delhi is a rich and
multicultural c ...
... rice and lentils etc and when we passed by the kitchen we could see big bags stacked up. Joyce realised later on that had we taken the opportunity to help out in a kitchen, it would have been this one.
On we pushed through the crowds of people – Punam led us up the stairs opposite the marble “gate” complete with intricate inlay reminiscent of what we had seen at Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal. Apparently the “gate” ...
... and half. The capital of the Mughal Empire for two centuries, many the jewels and artworks of the Red Fort were looted and stolen after the failed Indian Rebellion of 1857 against the British. They were eventually sold to private collectors or ended up in the British Museum, the British Library or the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Koh-i-Noor diamond, the jade wine cup of Shah Jahan and the crown of Bahadur Shah II are all currently located in ...
... We were expecting to pay about £5 to our hotel, we did. We were given a ticket and told to get any taxi. The airport was rammed, loads of people milling about, apparently the middle of the night is the busiest time for Delhi airport.
We were greeted by a man at the front door who took David's ticket, "come this way". He was a very nice man, smartly dressed and spoke very good English. He asked about our trip and used his phone a lot between conversations. At the ...
... thinking then, and this was echoed by my uncle and aunty whom I was with, that there is so much history here, if only it could be cleaned up - and proper signs would help too.
So this trip, with its clean toilets everywhere, and tourist friendly sites spoke to me in volumes. When we commented about the clean toilets to Ricky in Udaipur, he said "If the toilets are dirty, not many tourists will come." Almost all the historical sites we visited had well ...