- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were all so bad! This morning we did Yogo at 8am and then i have done zaree dressing, later we are doing inidan cooking and henna :) We also got a taxi to a market and we have seen India gate and a few temples which are amazing, we went to a sikh temple and it was incredible. However the weather is soo so hot it is so humid... I am sharing a room with Tirion and Hamsea a girl from New York, which is really fun. I love India so ...
... in the UK before and some ultra-cheap Saffron. We wandered round some more before we headed back to the hotel in order to pick up our bags and get a taxi (300 rupees) to the airport. It was only a 50 minute drive and turned out to be quicker and cheaper that getting the MRT from Delhi Station on the airport link. We checked in and managed to rinse ourselves off (especially our feet as we had been walking around in flip flops all day). And for dinner we treated ourselves ...
... right now when all I want is to sleep and relax after missing out on 2 nights sleep) but a nan bread with cheese or garlic costs 4 kr... (50cents in EUR) and a chicken tikka masala costs 35 kr (4 euros) Guess what I am having for dinner later on!:) I need more water though..I nearly drank half a liter just with the pancakes as they were very spicy!:) Delicious, but spicy! Lucky for me a 1 liter bottle of water costs 2kr (25 cents) Time for some well needed sleep now.. ...
So it turns out that only four people (of the eight total in this program) made it to India by the start of orientation week, due to the terrible visa delays. I don't know how my visa came in on time, but I am extremely glad it did (I must have some karma built up).
In the morning, the four of us met Savita-ji for breakfast at the Ashram and then we all took a taxi to the SIT Program Center, where we met Storm-ji (the Academic Director), ...
... was wrong. I felt my pocket and my wallet was gone. It had around Rs. 5500, my card and some other important things. I tried enquiring it at various places, control rooms and cops. But none of it helped. Upset, we boarded the express Metro to airport from New Delhi station.
We checked in at 10am (our flight was at 5pm), freshened up in the airport (like Tom Hanks in The Terminal) and realised none of us had money and there was no ...