Hotel Grand Plaza
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... him outside where I could have kissed the ground the minute I stepped out of the terminal. This was how excited I was to be here in India even though nothing much could be seen at this hour!
It was crispy dark and cool! It felt creepy with the fog invading the landscape. I didn’t dare take a deep breath of fresh air ...
... hand and he'd peed...ew! Haha!
Now, we decided against taking malaria tablets because of the terrible side effects (including being ultra sensitive to sunlight- ah yuh, we're in the blazing sun of India, slightly problematic...) so we knew to be careful of mozzies. First thing we see in our room? A giant mozzie!! And so it became our mission to track it down before bed!!
We'd brought a plug-in-thing for mozzies but it was in our suitcase and quite a while later ...
... produce, handicrafts, service trades, and light engineering. The city is known for its rich cuisine and culture.
As for the temperature – put it this way – it got to +45C and at one point in a picture I was so dark that people assumed I was Indian. It is pretty neat.
From Amritsar, I ended up in Lahore, Pakistan, and that was an experience, let me tell you…The city itself was beautiful but the border ...
... approach us asking for pictures, we posed for 2 photos, but declined the others politely. I tired making a few extra rupees by asking for 10 rupees per photo... but the locals did not seem to appreciate having the tables turned on them!
Wanting to escape the tourist ghetto Alex and I ventured to Connaught Place, a outdoor shopping mall and underground market. But again the touts found us and followed us, as usual ...
... narrow alleys with spice markets and tiny little stores of all kinds -- you are picturing Old Delhi. It is referred to as "organized chaos" -- people, cars, bicycle rickshaws, oxen, and horses all sharing the street. Barbers, shoppers, store keepers, ear cleaners, school children, men carrying bags of spices on their heads, goats and chickens are all sharing what sidewalk there ...