Hotel Tourist Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to the ladies market to the spice market and for Indian breakfast and street food. We took a few rickshaws along the way and he was a great ambassador to everyone around us. We stopped to look at a famous mosque, Jama Masjid and these middle aged Pakistani men were SO excited to see us because we were white. They each wanted a photo with us. I think it made Raj uncomfortable because they were Pakistani but he checked their cards to make sure they were cleared of ...
... is Nina's Kitchen upstairs, and Aunties down....they pray separately! We followed worship with an amazing feast! The table was full of Aloo Jeera, Palak Paneer, Dalh, aubergines, okra, mint and chilly chutney, rice and fresh chapati! So many flavours and so much food!! Later we were joined by Auntie and Uncle from downstairs, and other aunties, uncles and cousins for the fire crackers!! Now, Diwali is the Festival of Lights, so along with the ...
We made it to Delhi in one piece after the best ever 9 hour stop over Paul or I have ever experienced. Love flying Royal Jordanian!! After arriving for our 9 hour transit in Amman,and discovering that it does rain in the desert, the idea of spending the day wandering in the rain was somewhat less appealing than the alternative offered by the airline, the day in a lovely hotel five minutes from the airport with a free ...
... from the crowds but with a good view of the passenger exit. Within 2 minutes I was surrounded by 6 guys. I tried to ignore them but I could feel the stares. Dad came out really quickly and we caught a taxi back to the guest house thing. It was about 11pm by the time we got there. We unloaded her things and then went for a bit of a wander, decided that it was a bit too dodgy to be out this late with no sense of where we were and instead went to bed. Welcome to ...
... Not sure how much of a 'help' I have limited culinary skills at the best of times. None the less - the ladies pretended they appreciated our help!! Street food Street food is a way of life in Delhi. Seems you can get just about anything you want from a cart on the side of one of the busy, dirty streets. Traditional breads, curries and desserts smell delicious as you make your way through the crowded streets. Food is also very inexpensive. One could ...