Parkland Safdarjung Enclave
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... made out of a piece of metal and hung in a hammock. The dad was rocking the cradle with his foot, while the whole family squatted nearby.
The guide on the bus said that children can all go to government schools and they like going because they get free uniforms and books and food. She said that the street children are visited by people as it's too hard for them to go to school.
... This mind numbing task coupled with those horrific jobsworthy folk who dwelt in fantasies of false power was enough to send me to madness and after but one week of this job I was already determined to book passage away from the UK. I returned home after one particularly horrendous shift and after consultation with Anna who was equally as fed up, we booked a six week Inter-rail trip which would take us through the ancient kingdoms of Europe. Suffice to say I didn't ...
... This after the terrorist problems they had in Mumbai in 2008.
Once we passed through, we were greeted by Aradhna and led beneath a canopy of orange to wish us happiness and good luck. The hotel lobby is gorgeous. What a great choice of hotels by Seema. After our greeting, we were led to our room. Arandhna wold check us in their and said she would have a surprise for us.
When we arrived in the room, we were told to make ...
... worse; at least a taxi did show up and we were seeing what we
wanted to see, in relative comfort, with a friendly taxi man who knew
where he was going and how much things should cost. So, Delhi day, it
was mental. The drive to Agra and back was a long, fast, completely
quiet new highway road. The driving round the streets of Delhi was
busy, loud but still fast and mental. At least we were in a car with
plenty of metal around us and seatbelts! We saw; ...
... if I've tried them. This is not only to remember when I get home but also a way for me to try and understand the menus next time I eat. It is fun however walking into a restaurant where the waiter doesn't speak much English, not understanding the menu and pointing to something and hoping for the best. If its horrible, it's only going to put you $2 out of pocket. The next day we had a massive day of sightseeing - we had a private taxi for the whole day and he ...