Centaur Hotel, IGI Airport
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... als wir den Bahnhof in Neu Delhi verließen. Bis hierhin war die Reise überraschend einfach, doch das sollte sich nun drastisch ändern. Als wir den Bahnhof verließen wollten wir zunächst die Straße entlang laufen um zu unserem Hotel zu gelangen welches etwa 500m entfernt lag. Ein aufmerksamer Inder kam allerdings auf uns zugerannt und als wir ihm erzählten wo wir hin wollten, schickte er uns zu dem benachbarten Hauptbahnhof in Neu Delhi, welchen ...
... was a bit hairy at times but huge fun and picked up in old army jeeps for ride back through the countryside in open jeeps and no seat belts over the badly potholed road, avoiding monkeys, cows, goats, peacocks, people, trucks and buses...all fun. Spent the afternoon wandering the village shops, I had a couple of beautiful long skirts & a top made in 1 hour for so little money, one in emerald green other bright pink. We has such fun ...
... our favorite street and explore more of Delhi and the metro. On the way to breakfast the annoying guy who seems to be everywhere found us and told Kirsty he has feeling for her and when she told him it was not mutual quiet bluntly he actually looked a bit hurt. Delhi metro is like an upgraded version of the tube. It has a lights system that tells you what stop your at and which way the train is going which is nice as you can only think of all the times I fall asleep on the ...
... to dilli hut. Shopping is so much work here, and it's slightly stressful because I know I'm over paying. It's okay through, I just remember where this stuff came for and all the love and work that went into making each item. The project is coming along well...Dakota and I are working together and focusing on CSR programs and the various spices used in the ...
... a group of men hunched around a fire pit in a field if I could take their picture and immediately they broke down into unintelligible and excited conversation with me about who they were, where they were from and what they were doing. Three of the youngest men from the group stood up to join me and appointed themselves as ...