Hotel Singh Sons
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... We have some very interesting people in our group - mostly Australian, two Brits, and one person from Spain. We are the only two from the United States. Including Jaime and myself we have 16 people in our group. We are very excited to continue to get to know everybody. Tomorrow is an early day as we are doing just a morning tour of the Mosque we actually already went to. However we will be prepared with more modest clothing and will be with a guide this time. We ...
... and Kat from Norway plus me Becky and Karina. Our tour guide was called Mandy who is originally from Jaipur! We all then got to know each other a little better over dinner but everyone seems really lovely! We then had an early night because we had to leave at 5:00am (yes that's right, no lie in's with this one!) to head off to Agra! Overall I was really surprised with how I felt about Delhi. I had thought from what people had told that I wouldn't like Delhi and would ...
... wine shops. So I headed out to find a beer and kill some time. I whiled the last few hours away learning a new card game from 3 terribly well spoken English girls Rosy, Ros and Sophie with whom I was able to endulge my verbosity and recall my dwindling lexicon. Another night, another sleeper train.......uncomfortable as ever I got off the train at 5.30 and was picked up by the tour operator for the camel safari. Taken abruptly to their office, ordered to pay and then the Auto driver ...
... travel, this is only the second fender bender that I have been in. When I look back and consider the roads and drivers in some of these countries, I'm surprised it has not happen more. I finally arrive at the hostel and get checked in. I then took a little walk around Delhi to see a little and find where to meet my tour for tomorrow. Sure enough I saw more monkeys. One was hissing at some people. So guess what? I'm sticking with not liking ...
... contrast to the wonderfully ramshackle national train network. I ate what was possibly the best street food desert ever (creamy date and cherry semolina pudding wrapped up in a salty, buttery naan like some heavenly calorific burrito).
For me, India was over. I've crammed a lot into my 10 weeks here, traversing the north and the south on 17 different train tickets, but I've only scratched the surface. India is like a huge conglomeration of mini-nations, and ...