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... shower, clean facilities even the bed sheets!, friendly staff and no cockroaches. Clean and fresh we were ready to tackle Delhi again feeling happier after a good nights sleep. Sadly, Delhi makes you not want to trust anybody and I am sure that many opportunities are missed through fear of not wanting to be ripped off. We had our sights on visiting Humayans Tomb which was said to have been the inspiration for the Taj Mahal and it is easy to see why. We took a rickshaw there from ...
Challenges:$3200 --- +$7200
Spent on plane tickets to equidor: $2658 --- $ 4542
Europe to US dollars 1 euro = 1.36 US dollars
Country cash $400 Ecuador $4742
$3,600 for a challenge
-$5,502 for flight to Italy ...
... know you are envisioning a building as we know it but that's not right...we entered a dark entrance way that led directly up narrow stone stairs down which were coming a parade of Indians carrying huge sacks on their heads. We had to press tight against the wall so they could pass. It's dark in there, the smell of chilies stinging our noses, and rubble and swept up debris everywhere. The pictures taken of various levels of the spice market were taken as ...
... of morse code going on and most of the taxis and rickshaws appear to be giving way. One more minute cries the driver and pulls up opposite the station. We pay him gratefully and run across the road to the station. For Gods sake, pay the porters, I advise Ian. They always know the location of every train and every platform number and can carry heavy baggage at lightening speed. Two porters grab our bags. You are going to Jaisalmer...5.30, says the first, as if he can ...
... a formal quote before booking ANYTHING (vent over ;)). Checked in and showered, we headed out explore. The area is so crazy and packed and overwhelming that Max and I actually lost our way back to our hotel. Trying to pronounce 'Cottage Ganga Inn' in a way understandable by someone who speaks limited to no English was also a pretty substantial challenge. We were pointed in a number of directions before Max finally recognized some of the area around the hotel.
We spent a large ...