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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... David protested, said it wasn't good enough. David even said to the tourism man, this is fishy. (We were thinking, what could we do). The tourism man found the replacement hotel online and said, if I were you, I'd stay there, it's a nice place, you're lucky you've got somewhere. He said we'd have to wait a moment for a confirmation call. (While he made the call David whispered to me, this isn't right, but we'll just have to go with it. I felt sick. I looked about the office there ...
... but when you say sanitary towels they give you sanitizer. So we asked for pads but that didn't work so Kirsty said "pads that go in your kickers" which everyone looked a bit shocked by and we found another shop. This time I just pointed to the Pampers and asked for smaller and they got it. The next day Today was old Delhi's day which started with a very early cycle tour to beat the traffic. Getting to the start was not great because it was so early it was dark and the ...
... guides - which was a pleasant surprise.
The other thing that caught my eye was the almost universal message "No Tipping" - we saw this at the tourist sites and even in the hotels - where individual tipping wasn't encouraged. This is a sea change from the India of before, where even taking a photo meant paying for it - we hardly ever had to deal with this sort of thing this time.
I don't know if all these wonderfully progressive changes are ...
... I enjoyed a day exploring the ruins of South Delhi, battling the Sunday crowds (entertainment in itself) to get into the Qutb Minar complex, the main site being a huge 72 metre high tower with intricate carvings dating back to the 13th century, followed by more ruins at Hauz Khas, scattered around a leafy park and goodness me a lovely upmarket boutique shopping and eating area (ok a bit upmarket for my budget, just some window shopping this ...
... at weaving.
We arrived at the The Masjid-i-Jahan-Numa- known as the Great Mosque of Delhi This mosque was situated at the top of a large flight of stairs and commanded amazing views of Old Delhi. i highly recommend a visit here to get some pictures of the panoramic view from the top of the steps. Keep in mind that in every holy building you must remove your shoes. There are also people hired to watch them for a tip. Keep a few rupees handy to pay for ...