Hotel Parkway Deluxe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Happy Holi everyone!
Holi festival had arrived. Last night we had bought some fetching clobber (not) being traditional Indian garments as we heard your clothes will be covered in colour and ate our McVities biscuits for breakfast as everywhere was closed until 3.30pm.
We wandered the streets greeting locals along the way with "Happy Holi" and were covered in various colours from pinks, greens, ...
... rāpid, entrar, "oh que maco", unes quantes fotos que vam fer, unes fotos que els van fer a l'Elena i l'Ariana i sortir. Des del taxi antic de marca Ambassador, mirāvem al nostre voltant aquest increīble caos: L’Ariana va dir, “aquest lloc és maco...des de dintre el cotxe”. Hi ha gent estirada per terra, auto-rickshaws verds i grocs per tot arreu, dones amb vestits de colors llampants i nens prims ...
... the few photos of the menu board. We kept on referring to Maccas as the American temple of Worship: just another religion on the Indian sub-continent. This came from a discussion we had with our rick-shaw driver back in Delhi some days earlier. We stopped at the "Maccas" complex and "take tea" in a smaller cafe nearby. Majar has introduced us to Indian Marsala tea: we have become fans of this beverage. It is a sweeter ...
... other vehicle on the road and the road turned into absolute chaos. There was cars facing in all different directions horns honking into over drive and we was going against the clock now, it was starting to get stressful. Finally we was moving again and made our way all the way back past where we started! We was still pranging over the bags on the roof and now as the driver zoomed around trying to make up time we was worried we would not make the train. And we didn't. We ...
... until you're in the midst of it. In another life (Finnish, perhaps) Vijay would have been a world class rally driver, but as it was he expertly manoeuvred us through the Delhi traffic. There are gaps between passing vehicles that I never knew existed. A millimetre here, a millimetre there and our first day could have been a hospitalised one.
We arrived at Jon's house, marvelled at the private security and four bedrooms etc and caught up over a chicken ...