Hotel Royal Castle
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... sandstone in an architectural style conceived by Lutyens combining European and Indian. The intent was to impress the viewer with the power of the Raj and it certainly does that as one looks from the hill, down the vast and spacious Rajpath to the India Arch which on that day was barely visible through the haze. From there, Om dropped us off and Deepak let us into the Delhi Metro, fascinating in so many ways. First, the stations are beautiful, spacious and ...
... some more drinks from the small market across the road before heading back to the hotel to watch a film before going to bed.
Had another lie in today as it was Monday and everything is closed on a Monday. So, after eventually getting up we treated ourselves to some Pot noodles that Doug had been carrying with him for about 3 weeks! Not so bad but getting hot water was a chore – we had to call room service and ask for a few glasses as ...
... each of which come equipped with the facility of hot water and air conditioning. The hotel offers complimentary breakfast & refreshing beverages to the guests. Besides, there is an open-air rooftop restaurant where guests can savor delicious Indian, Asian and Continental delicacies. During your stay at Villa Helena, you may choose to walk around the Boulevard and explore the quaint town of Pondicherry.
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We also got to sample a large range of cuisines during our tour. All street food and all delicious. Liam's favourite was the whipped milk saffron dessert, which looked like a large pavlova! We also tried milk with cashew nuts and almonds which was an odd experience drinking and every now and then getting a nut. We got to try our hands at making puris (puffy naan bread) and tried an ...
... air conditioning, blending in, English.
Reflecting on our trip, it was life-changing and awe-inspiring, filled with moments of pure wonder but also those of pure exhaustion. We saw a lot of poverty and pain, pollution, danger, disrespect, but also were treated with kindness and curiosity, felt the generosity of strangers.
Our travel bugs have been sated for now, but who knows when they will spring up ...