Hotel Balaji Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it really blew me away. Unfortunately pics were not allowed, so I only got a bit of a dark fuzzy pic after we left. Within the complex was also three exhibition halls telling the life story of the sadu who the temple is dedicated to.... Hall 1 was frikkin amazing, each room you had seats, and watched anamatronic robots moving about and telling the story... By the end thou we all felt a little brainwashed... In the 2nd hall we had a giant cinema screen which pretty much told the same ...
Hotel is fine. Chatted with a lovely lady at breakfast, she gave us some really useful tips. Having trouble tipping as when we changed money we were only given big denominations. Hotel porters are NOT happy. It's very hazy this morning but humidity is low so weather wise it is very comfortable here. We are heading off to Jaipur this morning. It is all extremely ...
... with pride, elbows out! - Dont go to close to groups of stray dogs! - Everyones a salesman, dont get caught out. - Even when everythings so cheap, you still manage to spend a lot. - Its not just hot its boiling!! Covering up isnt fun! - Cows in the road is a common thing. - Get used to the stares. - India opens your eyes, and certainly lives up to its name Incredible ...
... crossed the Himalayas himself with no coat and shoes as a small child, apparently ... Fair play.). As well as the absolutely stunning temple there was an educational boat ride (think 'its a small world'), exhibitions, a movie and this brilliant magical fountain show. Bit like a spiritual Disneyland. We also went to Kingdom of Dreams, Delhi's equivalent of Vegas (without the gambling) and I rode a camel (classic) and went to Red Fort, Delhi Haat ...
... in awe of our drivers' road skills . Satpal (our driver) will keep us safe I am sure duing our Indian Adventure. In the evening Tony and I travelled by tuk tuk & Metro rail to Pahar Ganj and wandered around the market place . I was tired , but my eyes were wide open trying to take in all the sights sounds and smells . Tea was in a little cafe where we shared a divine fish curry and Afgani chicken . To top off an amazing intro to Delhi , we arrived back at the hotel to ...