Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Sahibabad
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We flew into Mumbai from Istanbul this morning. Of course we talk to the first guys we see and they put us in a taxi for 30 dollars. We only had to go from the international terminal to the domestic terminal to catch our flight to Delhi. That can ride should have cost us .50 cents American. **** it. We had a few hour layover before our flight to Delhi. Charlie told us he still hasn't shower since we started the trip. It's ok ...
... simple things.
Dave took us on the 'Famous Dave's Old Delhi Tour' while Michelle was so kind in taking all the kids to the movies. What a day! defiantly up there with one of the best days touring in Asia! We went down all the back ally's, had all the local food. Best Indian ever, of course. My first REAL Chai from a REAL Chai wallah. Gave some pudding to the street kids, smelt the fresh smell of raw sewage, got leered at by everyman and finished off by seeing ...
... just to get the boring sightseeing over and done with, and then wandered around a Spice Market. It wasn't until we were well and truly in deep that we realised there were no other women around...and everyone was staring...we asked the man who was showing us it and he told us that no women were allowed. Cheers mate. I don't know what that makes us then.
I bought some Cashew nuts for an afternoon snack which were the NICEST nuts I ...
... our driver to purchase half a litre of petrol in an empty water bottle - our last guest is perched on the front seat and is rather odorous - a near nudge as our driver stands his ground against an impetuous youth in a fancy white car and we have arrived. Only the inevitable hefty ledger to complete, a youth to dispense to a nearby photocopying booth to copy our passports and we might manage some much needed sleep. ...
... 2, we sped along in the open sided vehicle with our fleeces zipped up to the top.
I’d missed the museum the last time I was in Delhi and as Gandhi is a big hero of mine, I was eager to revisit Raj Ghat where he was cremated and also see all his personal possessions in the museum. After seeing his spectacles and sandals we also saw the loin cloth covered in blood he was wearing when he was assassinated. Later I was to find out in Southern ...