Hotel Kelson DX
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... the airport to the hotel. Not just a little either.... He rorted them out of $100. Ouch. We met with the rest of the group at 6pm, along with the very pimpin tour leader Yash. Popped collar, chest hair showing, and gold earrings, he had it all going on. Apparently we will get another tour guide when we arrive in Kochi. We went to a great restaurant for a team dinner, and had makhani and cheese and garlic naan. The naan amazing! Oily, but ...
... of India. Our feelings towards what we have seen have been mixed. It was a shame that due to a combination of the monsoon, heat and time that we missed the popular Rajasthan area as it sounds nice but in doing so it means we can now spend longer in the South taking our time to explore the green Regions, and avoiding some of the bigger cities.
The Earth lets out a sigh
Every time it registers another birth
I have my own hut, so to speak, on the Buddhist Circuit Special Train called the Mahaparinirvan Express. I booked a bed in a sleeper that has four beds, but one gift of traveling alone is that if the train does not fill to capacity, the other beds in my sleeper are ...
... break out the Hindi phrase that I've been taught to tell touts to "go away".
We're making an early start tomorrow when we set off for the National Park so I'm now just getting some rest while the girls are downstairs at the hotel chatting away.
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... facade. Another historical object of interest is the Iron Pillar (dated 4th century BC) with inscriptions of the Hindu god Vishnu. This mysterious Iron Pillar has stood against the test of time for 1600 years with no rusting on its surfaces.
Mission to Old Delhi
Getting back to the city, I walked to Saket metro station instead to avoid the dusty highway. My plan was to get off at a station near Old Delhi and walk to Karim's ...