Hotel Chanchal Continental
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It was absolutely bittersweet leaving the Maldives since we knew it was one of those places that we more than likely will not make it back to, but with the help of the torrential downpour we were ready to leave the island life and head to India to begin our next adventure. We had received an email the night before alerting us that our connecting flight in Bangalore had been delayed, but since that didn't have any impact on our first flight from Male to Bangalore, we ...
... make it to the red fort but unfortunately we won't make it because going out, finding a driver, negotiating prices with the driver, etc. etc. is pretty exhausting and gets expensive... We've honestly spent a lot of money here in Delhi because every time we go somewhere we are pressured to buy, buy, buy. For example yesterday we asked our driver to take us to the Qutab minar and he said ok I'll take you first to the Qutab minar bazar then the temple, no extra charge. We told him we ...
Hello from India,
Well actually we are in Singapore and I am writing this as I lost the draft I had for India somewhere along the way. Arrived India on Tuesday after having left Madrid airport at 11am Monday. We had to fly via London so had fairly long day/night so when we stepped out of airport at about 9.30am ,after we thought we were not going to make it because I could not give them the name of any hotels we were stopping ...
... Inn where we say goodbye to Pawan and shake him warmly by the hand. Our lives have literally been in his hands for the last six days and he has done well. In Britain he would tot up enough points on his license to be disqualified in the first quarter of a mile but by Indian standards he is a great driver. Just as important we have liked and trusted him as a person. He is an honest, hard working, reliable and decent guy.
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... the gate 90% of the passengers were Indians. When it came time to board, there weren’t any lines, just pushing and shoving . If you didn’t hold your ground, you would be the last to board the flight. It is unnerving for westerners who are polite and unfamiliar with this type of behavior. Through this quick stop over, in Shanghai to try to adapt to time zones and the long flight, we found nonstop pushing and shoving….on ...