Hotel Royal Palace
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Zinga Trip was set up in July 2014
and since start it has maintained incoming tourist services as its core
We have kept a single vision
since our start of business and this being “GO EVERYWHERE . . . EASY!” .
Through continuous investments ...
... a gap where I had something resembling a veggie burger with MacDonald's style fries... My first "meal" in ages! This is where we split up as Dave and I needed to go to the train station where we saw the worst part of Delhi culture.
Back at the hostel, once all travel arrangements were sorted, Dave and another musical guy had a bit of a jamming session with guitar and ukelele up on the roof, it was really cool as both have very distinctive voices but opposite from each other. ...
... of affection (which
is weird because two guys/girls hold hands here and it’s a sign of friendship,
but you can’t hold hands with your boyfriend/girlfriend) it made sense in the
end that these young couples were enjoying a bit of pre martial fun!
Kissing couples aside the park was amazing, with some
pictures attached, we were given a guided tour we didn’t even ask for with a
guy who had one leg shorter than the other, and therefore ...
... and experience the Indian way of life and culture. Arrival to Delhi (picture) airport busy not unusual, stepping outside that's where it changes, crowds of people but of people wanting to you help you, help you to your car, get you a car, carry your suitcase. It's an overwhelming feeling of so many people wanting to help you, staying cautious of course at all times, one guy helps us to our car with all our suitcases, no ...
Delhi was our first stop on our trip through India. Going into India I had an idea of what to expect, and in some ways Delhi was exactly what I expected and at the same time not at all. I knew Delhi would be a bustling city rich with historical landmarks, but also contrasted with poverty. I guess every thing I expected was simply amplified. I had expected the streets to be littered, but I had no idea how polluted the city really was. We visited ...