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We were welcomed aboard with a bottle of mineral water and the morning’s newspaper. We rolled through the sprawling outskirts of Delhi and a reserved pace. Quiet temperature controlled interiors, stable ride, no jolts and bumps. After leaving Ghaziabad at around 7.30 am we were served tea, coffee and biscuits. Urbanisation of the ever expanding Delhi kept us company on the brisk run to ...
... a shower head with hot water, a duvet, pillows, ac and wait for it bathrobes ( to top it off all were clean)
Safe to say we will be sleeping soundly tonight before the adventure continues to our next destination.
All in all it's been a fantastic first week in a variety of different ways, mind blowing scenery, generous and kind trekking companions and knowledgable guides (Ramman and Rajnish) made any hiccups worth ...
... a twinge of guilt that I didn’t give more I gave what is equivalent to about $15, which can pay for a train ticket to Delhi. I had also given a fancy pencil and some paper to the boy, which he rejected giving it back to me as I realized I really needed to get going now to pack and be ready to catch my bus. I left unsure what the right thing was except that I was glad I gave them something and was grateful for my strong healthy body and wealthy family. ...
... minutes of schlepping my heavy bags around looking for something better, I returned to the first hotel defeated – and willing to take the first room that I was shown. A young Russian fellow whom I had met at the hotel on my first pass told me that he had looked at many places himself and this one (Hotel Surya) was the best one he had seen.
Next on the agenda was to find lunch, as I was very hungry by this time. After asking a few travelers ...
... North and South America, India, Russia, Asia and Australia. (My accent apparently is still weird enough for people to think I'm Australian). Everyone's from such different backgrounds and as much as I love every single one of my engineering friends, it's such a joy when travelling to meet such different kinds of people.
Our timetable is intense but wonderful. We start meditation at 6am, followed by Astanga yoga at 7, philosophy class at 11, anatomy class ...