Hotel Spb 87
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... our map! The real fun now ensued. Back at the hotel, tuk - tuk man asked for £10 and not 10 rupees. A short exchange of words changed this to 10 dollars. An even shorter conversation resulted in my giving him 50 rupees (approximately 50 pence). He departed somewhat chastened. This was our first experience of "being taken for a ride" which will from now on will be referred to as The Indian Rope Trick.
... straightforward to use and efficient, except for the crazy long lines to buy a token in the first place of course!
To reach the metro we had to cross New Delhi railway station at the bottom of Pahar Ganj. On our first walk across the bridge we got distracted as we witnessed the race for unreserved class on a train. Indian railways are pretty complicated with lots of different classes, they all require an advance reservation except for the '2nd class' unreserved coaches. ...
... of strangers has overwhelmed me and to those that have donated to asha - a massive heartfelt thank you. Riding the bike was easy - asking for people to donate isn't. The trip's over for me but the children are still in the slums. Keen to study, keen to progress and keen to beat the poverty cycle. They just need some help. So, no presents for me, you don't have to buy me a beer but I will be extremely grateful to see some ...
... in the sun before flying to Australia to see my family. But Bish I just want to thank you, we had our bickers (as usual haha) but you helped me through a lot out here, took care of me and looked out for me. I've seen places I never expected to and now have a bunch of great memories ill never forget.
Now it's time to bring on ...
... been the
hardest thing of the whole trip. Basically the visa on arrival process
just involved paying $60 US and filling out the forms. After around half
an hour he was then allowed to enter through the diplomat counter
rather than queuing with the other countries. Ania had already obtained her visa in Poland and was already waiting
with the backpacks. We used the WiFi in Doha airport to arrange a taxi
pick up over the net so we didn't have ...