Hotel Spb 87
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Travel Tip #3: The family that eats together stays together.
Well I really have some catching up to do with the blog. I feel like I've seen and done so much in the last five days I can't believe I have over two weeks left!
So let's begin with meeting my new travel family. I first met my room mate Gail who is 58 and a Maori Kiwi, she is the best, hilarious, goofy, curious and we get on so well. Gail is on a sort of pilgrimage not such ...
... br> 19. Dismount and grab Karen's hand for a sunset stroll to the top of the
highest dune in sight. Enjoy the pink light spreading across the dunes as
the sun slips behind the wind blown desert dust hovering over the horizon.
20. Utter "What the f#%&*" as the unmistakable sound of an amplified voice booms "TEST! TEST! TEST! 1,2,3!" across the dunes.
21. Wander back toward camp, encountering a new couple joining our safari
(Per and Karina) ...
... office actually a government one, or who is taking you to their restaurant because they get commission and they're probably ripping you off- heck, even ticket prices are 10 rupee for Indians, 250 for foreigners. Then don't even get me started on the tour guides outside places hassling you to take them along with you, or the souvenir shops by the side of the road with "good deal". I think it's the constant and relentless hassling and ...
... it" as hard as you "get it". We learned afterwards that the first car of each train is reserved for women, as Cindy was getting crushed with all the men. Yes, getting off the train is just as crazy as getting on...even more so if you are not getting off, but trying to hold your ground as you get bulldozed by everyone else who is changing trains.
India Gate was more civilized compared to the madness of the other areas. British built parliament ...
... us to know that it was really a woman, Hamayan’s wife, who inspired the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan was undeservedly credited with the design and the idea of honouring his spouse with a wonderful building while it had already been done a century before!
We are now on board a train on our way to Amritser on the border of India and Pakistan. The train station in Delhi was absolutely crazy! I am grateful for ...