Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... turned round and asked me if he had '****' in his hair. Apparently he had felt something damp on his head and was concerned it was excrement, I couldn't see anything obvious so he waved it off saying it must just be water then. I don't think I have ever had that concern before, except when working with animals! I guess this sort of street all sorts of things can and do end up flung out, this was especially obvious as you walk down the street, and notice the ...
... airport employee, who takes up contact with my driver, after I gave its number to this. I feel very relieved, when I see a native one with a sign, on which my name stand.
While driving to my hotel, I become acquainted with the first time Indian traffic. On the roads an absolute chaos prevails, more badly than Thailand o.a. Countries. To certain rules (“right forwards left” o.a.) adheres nobody, traffic lights by the road users is only ...
... the mosque because prayers were going on so we had to wait another 20 minutes but ended up talking to some very young girl who spoke some English and encouraged us in when it finally opened to us. She started off showing us around but nothing we couldn't have figured out ourselves....when she asked for Rs1000 we dumped her immediately. Diane had seen through her right off but I guess I'm a bit naive. A fellow at one end of the prayer rug beckoned us in and showed us some of the ...
... fits in the God world and other handy stuff, so it's not long before we find an excuse to leave the altogether uninteresting discussion after a good looking young Hari Krisha girl hits Dale up to buy a CD and some Hari literature - he must look like he needs religion! Back at Rajiv Chowk Metro station Dale gets told not to take photo of model of little girl saying something about buying a ticket, but he does anyway, thank goodness I'm off spending 24 rupees ...
... to his frustration. It got so bad with him that he wanted to drop us off at a train station that our train wasn't going to stop at! We insisted and eventually got there.
The train ride back from Amritsar to Old Delhi took us 8 hours, two hours longer that the trip up. Arriving in Old Delhi was no problem, as we were now familiar with the Metro lines. It was a quick trip to New Delhi and our hotel, which, upon our arrival, ...