Ridge View Guest House
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... at the airport about 3:30PM and dropped most of our group off to catch flights home.
Knowing we had at least an 8-10 hour wait at the airport before our flight left at 3AM and that check-in of luggage could not occur until about 3-4 hours before flight time I decided to simply rent a room at a nearby airport hotel so we would have a place to drop luggage, rest and perhaps grab a nice meal before departing. Raj recommended the ...
... last time, you may remember reading about him as he was our tuk tuk driver and completely took over our lives whilst we were here. Organising where we should go what sights we should see and taking us everywhere we needed to go.
We kept in touch for a short while. We emailed him photographs we had taken of him and some other bits and pieces but contact dried up eventually as tends to happen.
We couldn't believe he would ...
... time to play cards, jump on the beds, make pillow fights, support Elena and Ariana’s gymnastics training, discuss and make decisions about our budget, kill spiders in the room, have "movie nights "together and snorkel/scuba dive with precious coral and fish of all colors. We swam with sharks, mantas and Stingrays in Polynesia, we made Sandboarding in the Atacama Desert, we saw killer whales jumping, we ...
... still exist and you can go visit them whenever you want. We saw Indian jogging around the park and sit ups being done on the green, we also spotted indian women caring for 2 white haired baby twins! Devika suggested we walk down the road to the kahn market after visiting the Gardens. What a difference this part of Delhi was, it was really quiet compared to the rest of Delhi. Had a look at the shops, ranging again from designer to ...
... a way that is some kind of different crazy than what we’ve seen elsewhere. There’s just more of it. During the ride to our hotel we passed a substantial residential area reserved for military officers, and a slum, which we briefly glimpsed on one side of the road, with attendant laundry drying in the median.
On checking in to the hotel, we signed the guest register, which included providing the following information for all four of us: