Hotel Leela Regency
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... in order shoppen to go. Now it means again negotiates. When we go into a material business into the cellar, I cannot, since the covers are so low. Friendly I get a stool, on which I take place. When we leave the business, suddenly everywhere hungry apes are around us, which steal from some people meals of the plate. In a short break there is for stabilization again once Chai and frittiertes vegetable with one “spicy Sauce”. The couple is so nice ...
... In all honesty, I don't like to haggle with the porters at all - when you see some of the weights they cart here, you'd call in the RSPCA!
Today we spent the morning getting here from Kasauli - a distance of 80 kms along the ridges and flanks of the hills It's disconcerting to travel for hours to see that all you have done is gone from one hill to another. This time we hired a local driver who knew the roads well and got ...
... off to be there. We enter the 'reception-cum- drinks cafe' signposted, reality is 'women behind a desk with fridge' and pay 15 rupees each to enter the bird haven. Directed down some crumbling stairs we are met with some of the worst taxidermy I have ever seen. A tiger with a paw missing, it's cub with a polystyrene tail, a discoloured 'Honey BEDGER' on a brick and a cheetah with bad facial stitching. It's so bad it's funny and seeing as we only paid 7 pence to get it ...
... they wanted to get you into a tuk-tuk which would probably take you to a shop. I used the metro system to avoid these hassles and it was nice and cheap but sometimes there was an almighty crush to get on the trains which reminded me of Les Quennevais School days. Visited places like the Jama Masjid (mosque) - which gave good views from the minaret of the not very picturesque city - and Humayun's Tomb. Coming back from the latter I could see ...