Oyster Paradise - A Boutique Hotel
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... of being trampled had at least crossed my mind.
Got a bicycle taxi home. That was hard work in the Delhi heat. All modes of transportation edged forward. There was a constant pattern of operators calling out for help in finding the Hotel BB Palace.
Richard found out beer was available so went upstairs for 600ml beers. Decided to stay for dinner, having chicken pakora first and then proper entrees as the amount ...
... crowded and very hot. Luckily, our guide knew the guard and was able to get us a good viewing spot to see the tombs. Well, the replicas of the tombs. The two are buried below and these tombs are there to keep people from walking directly over the actual burial spots!
As we were leaving, we could see that a storm was coming in. We could ear thunder in the distance! The last photos of the Taj have a dark sky behind a Taj that is still seeing some sun!
... eyes to these things. With over a billion people here I can't change anything but I can't go home feeling like I didn't make an effort on the smallest of scales. It won't be much, but whatever it is I will do it with whatever energy and motivation I can find.
This blog will hopefully document this journey, an attempt to understand this huge and diverse country and to find a little place of my own within it. I hope you'll follow it with me.
... the hotel to sort out our packing as we had to check out in the morning.
Our last day in India. Didn’t start well as Doug tried to sort his hair out before we left and ended up having to take almost all of it off! Still looked quite untidy on the sides too, but Sarah found the whole thing funny. After eventually getting all sorted before midday (when we check out) we finally checked out and left our luggage so that we could go out for the ...
... enjoy ourselves. And we did! This is definitely an occasion where pictures tell 1000 words. It took half an hour and a bar of soap each to get looking human again! It didn't quite work though as I spent the day looking as if I'd been in fight whereas Mum sported a very adventurous green streak through her hair! After today's revelry we have a 5am pick up tomorrow as we take our first Indian train and head to Agra for the Taj Mahal, should be OK I guess if you like that sort of thing... ...