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... s major religions, including the Baha'i - seem fixated on the idea of you taking off your shoes before entering their temples - the Sikhs seem to go a step further, refusing us entry because in my hand I was holding a box of shoes I'd just bought. 9. I weathered what over the last 7 days looked to be another two episodes of my belly's adamant refusal to digest anything Indian and came out victorious. To be continued. 10. Tried momos ...
... with traffic going nowhere, honking literally 22.5 hours day, only stopping from 3:30am-5am. The streets are crammed with tuk tuks, cars, water buffalo pulling carts, humans pulling rickshaws, pedestrians, motorcycles and scooters, commercial trucks, dogs and the cows sleeping in the middle of all the chaos. I saw a tuk tuk driver turn sharply and hit a cow in the head. He quickly got out and dropped to his knees and apologized to the cow as it sauntered away, all the ...
... go to sleep, in our sleeping bag, in our cabin, in our train car! Get to Haridwar, quickly off to Rishikesh! Amazing! We loved the quaint yoga inspired village instantly. A little hotel hidden down a side road called the holiday home. They made us a cute lil breakfast while waiting for our room and we relaxed after an adventure of a night. We headed down to the town and had a really good lunch at a German bakery overlooking the ...
(Terry) Today we experienced India! We spent the afternoon on a private guided tour of Delhi with our own guide and driver. As Bob mentioned, driving here is chaotic and seems a perpetual game of chicken with trucks, cars, tuktuks and rickshaws all vying for space. Lines on the roads are ignored - why stick to three lanes when you can squeeze in a fourth! Horns are used freely to warn people you are coming through. Somehow it all seems to work out ...
... pounds of plastic.
Two flights up a narrow winding staircase and into this sanctuary. All is polished clean for us we get the tour and happily surrender to a busy night of discovering Delhi through sound and sleep.
Awake and all is busy. No inch untouched, unused. The thick, cloying air is choked with noise and dust, the street a parade of slow intent filled ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service