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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a great deal of amusement for the rapidly growing number of spectators. In the end, it seemed easier to agree a price using the simple expedient of waving a 20 rupee note and gesturing to proceed forward. Twenty minutes later we were deposited at a large mosque covered in electric bulbs and emanating something between a chant and a hymn over an elaborate and immensely powerful loudspeaker system.
Fascinating stalls and open-fronted shops radiated out from our position, but when ...
... with their hands juggling a number of trays full of food and managing not to clash with one another. Few of them had their hands so fully occupied that they had to kick open the kitchen doors while going in and out. We ordered the Haveli special thali, namkeen lassi & one meetha lassi for Thafshin. The namkeen lassi was nothing but buttermilk. The meetha lassi was cold rich thick curd served in a mud pot and was quite a treat.
We hit the ...
I have finally gotten to a hotel where I can stay my entire stay in New Delhi:) You all know the story about my first hotel...well..on my second day here I got an email from the hotel I booked after the airport hotel saying I need to cancel my booking because they have to close for two weeks due to no water and electricity. I booked another hotel including pick up the next day and they came to collect me like they ...
... look at normal travellers like lepers. In my opinion, if you feel like you've taken on a part of another culture, then you act and look like that culture respectfully. Indians are always washed, they're always wearing a collared shirt if they're a man, or a traditional dress for women. Sashaying around like you're in the original "Jesus Christ Superstar" film (great film by the way) with your floaty clothing and arrogantly unearned sense of belonging just ...
Since my tour of south India I've stayed in touch with some of the girls I met and we planned to meet up in Delhi as they would be staying there at the same time as me. Soumya has family there so her and the other girls, Claire and Laura were spending time with her Aunt and Uncle til the end of their trip. They kindly invited me round to dinner and after a bit of a rip off taxi ride I finally made it to their house which was about 40 minutes from the city centre. It was so good to see ...