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... to think of the best way to describe Delhi to those who have never been and this is what I have come up with. Smell, the way Delhi smells is incredible, we went for a walk in old Delhi yesterday and walking down one street on the way to the Red Fort (the correct one this time) we had our senses assaulted on all sides. From leaving the air conditioned Metro we walked past all manner of chai and food stalls, the chai smells ...
... bad things happen in threes so surely that's it! Next the ticket inspector comes along checking tickets. He says something in Hindi to us, which we look to the young man for translation to find out that we have been upgraded to first class! How quickly our day has turned around. We follow the porter to the first class coach and he shows us to out cabin. That's right, we got our very own cabin! The porter ...
... hour car journey, with no aircon, it was soooo hot! But
we finally arrived and the hotel we stayed in was AMAZING!!!!! It had a shower and
everything ahaha! There was 4 of us who went and we were all so so excited
about the hotel. We decided to go out for lunch, as had a few hours….. Well we
found a restaurant which looked really nice and I was so happy that they had a lasanga!!!
Anyway we had a lovely lunch, ...
... the floor. A volunteer walked down the rows giving everyone two chipatis, followed by another ladling dhal out of a bucket into one section of the tray followed by another ladling out veg curry, and the last ladling out sweet curd! I couldn't sit cross-leg for a start so my pantleg was spotted with the various menu items as I couldn't sit close enough to the tray. The real fun came when we both had to stand up after the meal! Good thing Fern was there to help! ...
... tuktuk, and off through the maze of tiny streets. Not close? It took half an hour of fast driving and alot of hooting to get there. The driver made some signs to us, which we hoped meant that he would wait for us. We entered a real dive, and were stared at by both staff and customers. We were shown to a table, and given menus. Our lady had recommended the thalis, so we each chose one. And probably one of the least pleasant meals we have ever experienced were placed in front of us. ...