Crowne Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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... wrong way. He took a different turn and brought us back on track. About 1km from our hotel he pulled into a lane that was "closed police" read the sign. The driver then started going a different way, David said, "I will direct you". The man who spoke excellent English half ignored David. David repeated again, it is this way, you need to turn right. The man then pulled into a tourist information centre. David said three times, "why are you stopping here, I know where the hotel is, I ...
... We explore quiet a bit of new Delhi today and its all spacious with green spaces and few people, its the strangest thing ever you cannot believe it is India let alone the capital. Our first stop was the national museum, we have barely visited a museum since we came travelling because we think they are boring but we thought we should visit one so why not the capital national museum. It was a bit boring but there were good bits. Firstly was a load of statues that ...
... then as I wanted to ride an elephant and my grand-uncle promptly summoned the temple elephant which appeared at our doorstep - this was no howdah kind of ride - I (and my dad) had to climb on the kneeling elephant's leg and clamber on to its neck behind the mahout; I still remember the needle-like hairs on the elephant's back scratching my bare legs (since I was in aforementioned shorts and vest).
Fast forward some 15 or 20 years later, visiting my grand uncle, ...
... fruit and veg, pickles etc, etc, and my favourite – the spice market, with all its gorgeous scents. Christmas lunch was a tiny dried leaf dish of still-warm sweet carrot halwa (heavenly!) eaten in a quiet alley with a large dead rat at my feet (!!), dessert was the best kulfi (Indian style icecream) Ive ever tasted, purchased from a street cart. As the alley ways are so narrow, vehicles cant get in to deliver goods, so an army of hard working men ...
... your behaviour and be kicked out. This happened on our tour because a westerner outside our group took some photos with his phone. The building is sacred and they will not tolerate any practices that disrespect the holiness within. Again, be the tourist in that elite group in-the-know, and not in the large default group of the uninformed.
I sat beside a couple of tour mates and just closed my eyes listening to the chanting. Even though this was not my ...