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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... What chance does he and her have really. They are 6 on the streets begging. What does life hold for them, do they have any aspiration when there is probably little purpose but disappointment in having one. The main question I asked myself when I looked at them is what sort of man and woman will they grow up to be. There were a lot of beggars out today and people taking crack in the subways and the shops were closed so we relaxed for the rest of the day. Tomorrow we start our tour of India in ...
... to Prem and said what a great job he’d done and he got a lot of cheers and a round of applause so that was nice.
One of the other women said it had been a pleasure to meet me and that I’d inspired her to go travelling alone in the future!!
Prem was changing rupees back into sterling on the bus for us. I asked if I could use Indian rupees in Nepal next month and he said yes, but only 100 rupee notes due to the ...
... it’s nowhere near perfect. There are many Americans who still struggle for the same chances I’ve had. But as a whole, the opportunity in America is leaps and bounds above India. If the price I have to pay for the incredible privilege of being American is an extra $0.30 to a rickshaw driver, that’s fine with me.
Even if I was being completely selfish, I wouldn’t worry about being ripped off in such small quantities. If I ...
... are everywhere.
The trains are an experience in themselves. There is no way even a man of my size has any control once the crowd moves toward the carriage door. You ARE going to the next station, if you want to, or not. Oh, by the way, I broke the law taking photos in the station!
What do you smell when 3000 Indians stand in an enclosed train compartment with their arms up to ...
... déjà l'avion décoller sans nous! Mais une heure plus tard, nous sommes bien au comptoir d'enregistrement du vol Air India pour Delhi.
Dans l'avion, nous sommes accueillis par un chaleureux "Namaskar" (bonjour hindi) et des hôtesses en saris.
Quelques heures plus tard, au dessus de la mer Noire, une urgence médicale: on demande un docteur dans l'avion. Au final, Ariane ne sera pas mise à contribution, le malade se remet gentiment.