Hotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur) New Delhi
Great hotel, great service, much better than our last one.
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... and I volunteered to stay with the bags.
It wasn't so bad, except for the cold winter wind blowing through and the overpowering stench of urine whenever anyone opened one of the latrine doors. Our biggest worry was that we would come to a station with a platform in the side where we and others had piled our baggage, and we'd have to move it in an area so crowded you could hardly shift your feet.
Fortunately, after about two hours ...
... cooking together very much. We took cooking classes in Thailand and Borneo and that made me wonder if there are Catalan cooking classes for tourists.
On this trip we found fantastic people and we discovered how each person has many stories to share. Some of them were travellers like us - there are many more people than we thought that are travelling for a year ...
... an Indian gangster film calked Dishkiyaoon. Not the best film and the acting was questionable but at least we were glad to rest. Saying goodbye to Miraj was a big relief but he was still in the commission hunt trying to get a man to carry our bags for a fee at the train station and arranging for his friend to pick us up at our next destination. I won't miss his sneakiness but we thanked him and gave him a picture of us all from the camel safari. We ...
... as promised and gladly took over my very heavy luggage (so much for packing lightly). While waiting for him to pull the car over I felt many eyes looking at me, I really do not fit it and it is evident already. I keep my eyes to the ground, but feel the stares from others. The car arrives and I hurry to get in. Kapur and I talk for a bit and he then tells me that his English is not very good and asks if I mind if he turns up his Hindi music. ...
... We are still unsure if this “ticket” was actually legit or just a fast one for the sucker white tourists. Regardless it was only $1 at most so I just agreed to pay to avoid a fight in front of a place of worship, though Eric definitely would’ve pressed the issue if it wasn’t for me. The mosque was nice, it provided some great views of the city when you went all the way up. ...