The Bristol Hotel
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... number they let us through. We presumed that the hotel hadn't cleared something with my name as David got let through ok, but who knows. China's immigration had been a pain both ways
Even with the faff, we managed to buy two bottles of spirits, enjoy drinks/food (thankfully stressy David was able to relax - he was doing a Linds) and get to the currency exchange to get some rupees. They wanted £6 commission out of our £20 worth of remaining yuan so we opted to buy David some ...
Our 23hr train was only 9hrs late into Delhi. It was fine being on the train for so long because I slept well and as Kirsty says they are just like moving hotel rooms with other people in them. Most of the time you have a lot of space and I have a kettle so I can make tea. On this train we were a higher class so we got blankets and more food than I could eat. So we are back in Delhi probably our favorite place in India. I had planned a few hotels for us to look at but a man ...
... s here and I stocked up on a couple of boxes of sweets (never mind that back home the siu dai campaign had just been launched).
All that was left to do was dinner in-flight and sleep - which we all did.
This trip was 'right' in so many ways - the company was right - it was our first trip with B and KF, and it definitely won't be our last. Everyone just clicked and the most heated debate there was was probably whether to get a ...
... jewelry etc. We also went to a little temple hidden away amongst serval other buildings up a quite street, it was apparently over 500 years old. Inside it was beautiful and so colorful gold, red, blue, orange everywhere! We waited outside after for the other half of the group, opposite was a small school and a group of 5 boys aged about 5-10. They were playing with a small ball, somehow we ended up ...
... books you buy, I don't think any traveller is really ever ready or prepared for a trip to India. It is a world all its own, a culture unlike any other, a land that will leave you in wonderment as you try to describe it to your family back home. It is definitely indescribable.
Without the prior knowledge entirely of what to expect, and going by the small tidbits of advice given to me before leaving home 3 months ago, I landed in Delhi and headed to ...