Hotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur)
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Great hotel, great service, much better than our last one.
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... to purchase a metro token and find the metro. So far so good! The hostel web site gave great directions detailing a 3 minute walk from the metro station. Arriving in India in the dark is not recommended. By me. It adds to the chaos that is waiting for you once you hit the crowded streets lined by garbage and cows. I followed the directions as best as I could but the sign they said I would see was nowhere to be found. I decided to take a rickshaw to avoid ...
... a city like Delhi. Red lights don’t seem to mean much except that you do need to honk when you go through them just in case and seeing how many motorcycles can pack up at the front under a traffic light (when you do need to stop) is impressive. I was surprised how comfortable I was with it and felt energized and thrilled except when Rishabh was trying to talk to me while buzzing around trucks and inconsistent tuk tuks who could dart out of the lanes at ...
... what they had booked. So, showing the interloper our tickets he vanished, followed by a young student and a middle aged couple. The bonus was that all spoke english, and the couple would be with us for the next five hours. We were really enjoying what we thought was going to be a nightmare. We talked about everything, India, Canada, families, weather etc., and the time flew by. It was sad to see them leave.
... br> Actually, it was pretty quiet and we were lucky we got all the shots
you can think of without too many people in the way...including,
embarrassingly, the Diana pose. The Taj itself is incredibly
beautiful and it is amazing how symmetrical it is, with all hand
carvings and spectacular colour gems. Unfortunately, the spot for a
'good lunch' happened to be by two shops which could show you how the
marble was cut, the coloured gems implanted, the ...
... we flew to Delhi, India's bustling capital. I remember as we left the airport my first thought was the overwhelming smell of body odour, at this point I wasn't sure if it was my own or the general smell of Delhi. We were picked up from the airport by the ashu palace hotel and among around fifty male Indian faces, there was one holding a sign with my name. Driving is crazy in Delhi, much like Asia, organised chaos. The major difference though is the extremely ...