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... outside on the dirty dingy Delhi street and both agreed, the 26 pounds a night worth of luxury was worth it. Plus the room included a buffet breakfast, which it's safe to say we definitely got our money back from. Not keen on exploring Delhi in the slightest, we hid in our hotel watching films and scrubbing off the dirt from the night train.
Our flight was in a couple of days so instead of spending an arm and a leg on tuktuks sat in traffic trying to see ...
... t need longer. What we saw was both moving and exciting.... We visited the mosque, Sikh temple and their food kitchen, walked through the old Delhi and labyrinth of streets with bustle and hustle... We started exploring some street food - amazingly delicious airy fluffy sweet something (probably whipped cream with egg whites), kulfi (indian ice cream) and stuffed parathas (wholewheat pita like bread) were some of the highlights. We also had a walk ...
Im so excited to see Hannah today and to begin our epic adventure across India. I left the ashram at 5am and surprisingly managed to get a few hours of broken sleep, which I owe entirely to our amazing taxi driver who never used his horn once. An absolute rarity in India. It was pretty easy driving until we hit the outskirts of Delhi and traffic hell. Luckily we navigated our way through in pretty good time and I arrived at the hotel at 11am, just 5 minutes before ...
... me as close as possible. Actually, I told him my boyfriend was staying there and he'd be waiting for me and you have no ******* idea how weird that sounds coming out of a Gold Star lesbian's mouth, but that sorted it and I was dropped in the Main Bazaar where enough wandering around looking lost eventually got me correct directions to my hotel from a bloke who ...
... br> Carol had a day with us before she would leave for Australia and suggested we go for High Tea, not just any High Tea, but tea at the very beautiful colonial Imperial New Delhi. Oh my, what a beautiful hotel with such rich history and situated on such beautiful grounds. Our tea, sandwiches and pastries was presented with such decadence and flair, such a stark contrast to what we experienced the day before. It has been said that is what makes India so fascinating, the ...