Hotel Spb 87
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... CycloRickshaw - 1 NE
... second lowest class (sleeper class, No-AC), so the interior more resembled a cattle-carriage than a passenger-coach. It consisted of open compartments with six beds each, but almost everybody sat on the lower bed, again very similar to China, but even more simple. Windows had metal grids in front of them, guess to stop people from climbing in and out on more busy rides. Surprisingly, it was not as crowded as I imagined. In my compartment was a middle aged ...
... where you could have almost any type of breakfast imaginable, Western or Indian, then we were in the car on the way to New Delhi Station by 6.30. Here began the culture shock. Indians seem to love regulations but almost all seem to be ignored with impunity, so outside the station there were cars and buses everywhere, on the right and wrong sides of the road, converging in a stationary melee outside the entrance, further complicated by pedestrians ...
... inch trench of water before walking up stairs and covering our heads. After touring around the temple itself, which was very accepting and open to the fact that we were a group of 26 foreigners, we proceeded to Langar, or the communal eating area of the temple. This to me is one of the most interesting aspects of Sikhism; no matter who you are, no matter what religion you are, you are always welcome in a Sikh temple for as much food as you want. The kitchen is manned by ...
... of the petals created the lake in which Pushkar surrounds. It's a pilgrimage site (sort of like Mecca) which all Hindu's should visit at least once in their lives. So - it's a holy city for a gentle, proud and open minded religion. Plus it's on the hippy trail for every cheesecloth-pants wearing, dreadlocked, weed smoking, smug ******* this side of the black stump. Interesting mix to say the least.
Anyway. We stayed at a great guesthouse called ...