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This morning we got up early in order to go sight seeing.
We made bacon and eggs for breakfast. We also made toast a la flambe. We then set off with Steve and Mary to Connaught Place to the bazaars. We put in 2 rolls of film to be processed but when we picked them up only the negatives were done. The film machine had broken down.
We looked …
Around 6:00 I am waked by loud prayer calls, which will transfer by means of loudspeakers. Since I must pay today my room again, checke I in the early out and looks for itself a cheaper hotel. The new hotel has a large pool, stable Internet and is only two going minutes to the bus after Jodphur, my next goal far away. ...
... me past every intricate turn, and soon I was standing in the hotel lobby, a high atrium open to the sky with intricate carvings, crumbling pillars and faded family portraits stretching back 300 years hung randomly on the walls. The hotel Suraj was an ancient haveli dating back some 500 years and, in the words of its website, "As the Hotel is a old haveli so all the rooms ceilings are being made with wood and iron hooks in it and the grounds are being made with cow ...
... skeptical of all of them, including the official ones. Unfortunately, in the end, all the trains were booked out for Monday so we had to get a pricier airline ticket.
We then had lunch at the Warehouse on Connaught Place where John read about the cab scam in Dehli where cabbie's try to get you to go to hotels where they get a commission saying that the originally booked hotel has closed or your booking has been cancelled. We were ...
... at weaving.
We arrived at the The Masjid-i-Jahan-Numa- known as the Great Mosque of Delhi This mosque was situated at the top of a large flight of stairs and commanded amazing views of Old Delhi. i highly recommend a visit here to get some pictures of the panoramic view from the top of the steps. Keep in mind that in every holy building you must remove your shoes. There are also people hired to watch them for a tip. Keep a few rupees handy to pay for ...