Hotel Chaupal Gurgaon
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... br> The room we were taken to, one of the windows didn't lock. We asked for another. The staff were very polite and gave us another room.
David and I could finally discuss. We knew we were in the middle of scam, but didn't know what the hell to do about it! For some reason I couldn't send a text, but we finally spoke to Deb's (at £2/min) just to tell her where we were.
After the call Deb's text, "Don't leave valuables in your room, be alert, TripAdvisor review for ...
... s first female prime minister and she was Indian. For a country which definitely does not big up the woman to find out it had the worlds first ever female prime minster confused me greatly and I still ponder what this means today. I was annoyed she had been put in the corner but happy that at least she was not facing the wall. I suggested we get her out but that was not on the itinerary. Shortly afterwards we arrived at the street of many religions, a temple for every ...
... to the parking lot.In the car, I’m gripped by what I have done. I fear that she will go home and be beaten by her father for not bringing in enough money. I search for her, my eyes scanning the piles of garbage on the road away from the City of Victory, but in vain. She is gone.
On the plane ride home to New York, I see this girl’s face over and over; she is burned into my brain. I drag her up the stairs to my apartment with the rest of my luggage, a ...
Yesterday I wanted out of the limousine bubble. Well, we're out now. We walked to the Jantar Mantar, gigantic astronomy instruments from the 1700s. We have no idea how they work, but they were fun to look at. Like Stonehenge. Walking is a challenge. We've been warned that it's not a good idea to walk around (better to take a taxi or tuk-tuk), but we thought we knew better. We thought we knew how ...
... before dropping me off at the Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, the place of worship for Sikhs. A beautiful complex of white buildings topped with gold towers, surrounding a large holy pond, or tank. Shoes off and headscarf on, I spent a relaxing hour or so observing people pray by the water, eat their free meal which all Sikh places of worship provide for anyone, have their photo taken in front of shrines, and file through the holy inner sanctum where live ...