Hotel Chaupal Gurgaon
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... and who very quickly knew when to stop for photo ops and toilet stops. He also stocked up the ice box in the Tempo with Coke, and got masala chips, when he saw that we had a bottle of Old Monk - good man!
The hotels (properties!) we stayed at were magnificent and their service beyond expectations. I was particularly taken by how truly empowered the staff were - and it wasn't a function of age or seniority. They went beyond any textbook norm or 'service ...
... probably get treatment for that little bit of an affliction you have there.
But anyway, it's a ************ of a temple and a half which anyone from any religion, any denomination is allowed to pray in because they're all valid, remember? It's certainly a feat of architectural awesomeness. You're not allowed to take photos inside so I contented myself ...
... took 5 on a bus which was air conditioned to death. However, we had an incredible day in Agra seeing Akbar's Tomb, Agra Fort and, of course, the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal was heaving and stepping inside it has to be one of the most horrifically uncomfortable experiences yet. Nonetheless, that's a wonder of the world ticked off the list and we have the embarrassing tourist photos to prove it! Our final day was spent wandering the streets of Old ...
... mosaics, alabaster and cut glass. As we stopped with Jugou to take in a vista view we were immediately approached by a man in a turban, with a flute and straw basket! You guessed it, a snake charmer. With my luck the snake could be “runner” and decide to escape the basket that day. I decided it was an experience I could live without, and Jugou was kind enough to ask the “the charming” man to leave. Later we stopped at a fabric merchant to watch ...
... taxis, bus, bikes and cars. everyone beeps their horns all the time, so they become useless really!!! I'm surprised I haven't died yet as crossing roads is a bit tricky, you just have to cross your fingers and go!!!! I asked a tuk tuk to take us back home and he refused, so i told Ollie he had to ask the next one, who did take us home eventually! we were much further away from the hotel than we thought. Lesson learnt that men ask for things in Delhi!! After this walk we found a ...