Hotel Chanchal Continental
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... from London, 3 Girls from OZ, 1 from Holland & 1 from Ireland. So a nice mix, & the majority are travelling alone. Think I'm the oldest of the group!!! The tour guide gave us a quick run down of the trip, all that I recall is that I have to be up at 445 hrs for a train to Agra!!!!!!! After the meeting, I was starving!!! Hadn't been brave enough to try any good yet. We went to a local restaurant, which was quite modern! I had a curry ...
So this is my first blog, so i am sorry if i ramble or if it does not make sense!!!!
So I left Heathrow on Sunday, Ele and Steven kindly dropped me of, it was such a weird feeling, I was so so excited but i was so nervous at the same time, party because i am going to be living out of a rucksack for months and because i was going to to the other side of the world on my own. So after waiting around for ages, the ...
... luxury! The weather here was a welcome relief as the sun was out for both days and even got a bit of sun burn. The short 50metre walk from the bus to the hotel though hit home the problem we would have here, the shop owners. They swarmed liked bees to honey the moment the bus pulled in, come in my shop, I wait long time for you, you buy in my shop etc etc Anyway the hotel was located right bang in front of the western group of temples of Khajuraho, otherwise know as the Kama ...
11:45pm, Nov 30, Delhi. Not much to say on this trip. Amritsar to Delhi was over 450km and took about 6 hours. I just slept or played some handhelds along the way. I'll do some touring of Delhi tomorrow before getting to the airport at 4-5 for my 9pm ...
... plane meals and couple of average movies saw me through to Bangkok where I boarded TG315 and another comfortable ride in seat 32C got me into destination 1 – New Delhi, India. It has been 7 years since my last visit (if you don’t include the 3 day stopover in 2009) and it seems that so much has changed, but nothing at the same time. Sure, people have the fanciest cars and gadgets, buildings seem to be rising up into oblivion and signs of a booming economy is ...