- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... wheel. My professional chiro training kicked in and I analysed his every mechanical move - I do find the mechanics of the human body fascinating. With his work load I reckon these fellas must need 6000 calories a day with a good mixture of protein as well as veg. I can't imagine, looking at his wasted thighs and calves that his protein level was anything like where it needed to be. If he was working in the city of Bath where you can find cycle rickshaws in England he would have ...
... on the dirty dingy Delhi street and both agreed, the 26 pounds a night worth of luxury was worth it. Plus the room included a buffet breakfast, which it's safe to say we definitely got our money back from. Not keen on exploring Delhi in the slightest, we hid in our hotel watching films and scrubbing off the dirt from the night train.
Our flight was in a couple of days so instead of spending an arm and a leg on tuktuks sat in traffic trying to see the ...
... around the Taj and we even got to just sit for a while (on the Taj) and talk to our guide about what he believes - he explained the different religions to us and why he does what he does. Fascinating.
After the Taj, we walked back for brekky and a rest, then we met up with Suntee again, who took us to Agra Fort, which was massive. So many kids wanted photos with me- Luke tans well and blends in now; I am still white. Soon after that, ...
... there is at least one side served with a main entree, not this time. I had a skewer of lovely prawns. A caesar salad was ordered and that complimented very well. In the mean time everyone was sharing with me so that I did not go hungry. Great way to sample all of the different foods that were ordered.
A wonderful weekend concluded with hugs and best wishes and loads of love.... Monday is sight seeing in Delhi.
... anyone else handle her panties ;P I don't really blame her, as it's all men who work in the hotels and restaurants. Unlike back home, the overwhelming majority of women work as stay-at-home mothers and a few as office workers, while the men go out to provide for the family any way he can. This day involved eating some western grub 5 minutes away from our hotel at 430pm and watching American movies all day and night in bed (Avatar, Clash of the Titans, Good ...