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... my need to consume kulfi and ice cream like there was no tomorrow - this was confirmed by news reports that explained a heat wave that had been spreading through the country from South in mid April to utter Pradesh now, killing thousands of people - the heatwave has been following us. Images of melted zebra crossings in newspapers and seeing people lying dead in the street, I was reassured that I must always eat chunky munky ice cream, to keep me cool, sane and happy. Next stop: Jaipur. GB ...
... from Uzbekistan, invaded India, defeated the last Lodhi sultan and founded the Mughal Empire that ruled from Delhi and Agra.The Mughal dynasty ruled Delhi for more than three centuries, with a sixteen-year hiatus from 1540 to 1556.In 1553, the Hindu king, Hemu
Vikramaditya acceded to the throne of Delhi by defeating forces of Mughal Emperor Humayun at Agra and Delhi. After the death of ...
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... and who very quickly knew when to stop for photo ops and toilet stops. He also stocked up the ice box in the Tempo with Coke, and got masala chips, when he saw that we had a bottle of Old Monk - good man!
The hotels (properties!) we stayed at were magnificent and their service beyond expectations. I was particularly taken by how truly empowered the staff were - and it wasn't a function of age or seniority. They went beyond any textbook norm or 'service ...
... failed miserably in leaving the hotel and instead decided to spend the day recharging our batteries, I know we make rubbish backpackers! Whilst we didn't make it outside, our arrival in Delhi by train going past numerous families living in tents by the train tracks, whilst we then headed to our nice hotel seemed to us to sum up the slightly uncomfortable contrast of the place.