Hotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur)
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Great hotel, great service, much better than our last one.
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We arrived in the Capital of India.In just two days, I have come to realize that there is no other place in the world like India even though I haven't seen anything yet.There is so much to explore and experience here. As many of you might know, India was not on my initial places to visit, but now that I am here, I can feel the vibes of an ancient civilization that will probably change me for ever.
... of failed its MOT. The hotel was located in Paharganj which is one of the busiest places within the city. The roads were pretty empty at 4 in the morning, come 5pm the following day when we arose it was a completely different story, We showered and when I say showered I mean scantily washed under ice cold water and ventured out.
When I used think of chaos back home I would think of the shops at Christmas, well this was a whole new level of chaos, it ...
... next to each other and looked at each other. We were given an old fashioned key and took the elevator up. The room was surprisingly big. By mugger than I thought. And just one big bed in the middle, and a decent sized bathroom. I didn't brig a sheet to sleep with and I don't feel like crawling under their covers so I threw on sweats and am gonna sleep ontop of it. We brushed our teeth with water bottles because the tap water isn't ...
... the hustle and bustle of the city. We were taken to two temples - a Muslim temple and a Sikh temple where we learnt a bit about both religions. The Sikh temple was really fascinating because they had a kitchen there which welcomed anyone in for food. In contrast to Hinduism, Sikh's don't have a cast system and view everyone as equal. This means that often a lot of charity work is carried out and hence many of the local people come to help in ...
... to enjoy it nonetheless. This particular plate made me sweat a little bit, but not in a bad way. Sam can’t handle the spicy flavor so India may be a little bit of a challenge for her, as when we say no spice at all, things still end up being very spicy for her.
After our meal we headed back out to the Main Bazaar to find out where the Metro Station was and to find a cup of coffee. ...