Hotel 32nd Milestone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in Jaipur. Saying goodbye is hard, but I had to continue on to get to Srissty because I knew only even more awesomeness awaited me for the night.
Srissty took me to a Hindi-speaking coffee shop and even though I only spoke English and we were the only two women in there, I felt at home and was able to share and it was amazing. We got tea after, met some people, and her and Rahul took me to a great dinner, ...
... station. He was most insistent, telling us that there had been train delays etc. and that the Sarai train station was a smaller station that we would not be able to organise anything else from if we went to it. This took about 15 minutes, standing on the side of the road fending off vendors, rickshaw drivers and other tuk tuks while trying to keep a hold of all our bags in the process! Eventually we relented, figuring that we had plenty of time and may as ...
So it's my last day in India back in Delhi where it all started. Im not sure how I feel about India. It's probably the most confusing place I've been too. There are aspects I don't like, mainly the noise, the traffic, the rubbish everywhere, the staring, the pushing and impatience and the bad smells. But there's also the good aromas, the locals who are ...
... waters of the holy river Ganga and see the funeral ceremonies in the burning ghats. It's a very spiritual place. Southern India was a nice break from all the noises and dirt. People in the south seem more relaxed and laid back. We spent a good amount of time at the beach, enjoyed the backwaters of Alleppey and went to the crazy town of Hampi. Goa was our last united stop before my buddies had to go home and I had to head up north for ...
Today we visited the Lotus Temple. It was weird waking up with only half of the group left but we all ventured out at 9am. It wasn't the same viewing the temple without knowing anything about it because our tour guide wasn't with us but it was still nice. The temple is like the opera house in design and was completed in December of 1986. After this we visited the India gates where we were surrounded by ...