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... 8217;. It had it’s own private separate entrance into a hallway which had a bed in it - handy for monkey who is usually perched in a corner - and two separate interconnecting doors that led into the the bedroom and into the bathroom which had a roll top bath. With tiny windows, it was a dark room but spacious enough with high ceilings, parquet flooring and very old fashioned heavy wooden furniture and two single beds sandwiched ...
... a cheery Nameste!, and they almost always titter and smile. I'm high-five-ing the kids, who love this. What fun it is.
Of course, every coin has two sides. In this case, the visible poverty and destitute people are truly shocking. Mere minutes from opulent hotels and buildings, you see and encounter people desperate to survive. They haunt the streets, tap on car windows, begging for money, ...
... a little awkward when it comes to your hand luggage. We were shown to our room and once the lady had shown us how everything worked in it she left us alone to chill and wait for our bags to be brought up by the hotel porters. The room was lovely and so posh and modern compared to everything else we had during our travels, this was our little treat before we hit Goa.
Not everything was perfect about the hotel due to only just opening and what management would call teething problems, ...
Yesterday, after a short sleep in Delhi, we took a domestic flight to Chandigarh on an Indian Airline. This was the most immaculately clean plane I have ever been on. It is shameful how filthy american planes are compared to this one. Just sayin... Driving through the streets of Chandigarh was overwhelming. Cars of all types, motorcycles and scooters, bikes in abundance, Tuk Tuks, pedestrians and horse ...
... on my agenda... my card worked fine in Nepal but errored enough in Taiwan to make me nervous. Luckily the Indian bank was in a good mood and the rupees poured out. I ninja-swiped them into my wallet. Not surprisingly they were all huge 1k-rupee bills, undoubtedly useless anywhere because nowhere I'd be shopping would have such change. I found a coffee kiosk and apologized several times for using a 1,000rp bill on a 30rp beverage, figuring an ...