Suncourt Hotel Yatri
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- Minbar in room
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We were both feeling uncertain about what to expect as we pulled into Old Delhi station - all those images from the tv were clear in our minds.
As we pulled into the suburbs of Delhi the ramsshackle homes made out of everything and anything had started to appear just metres from the edge of the track. But for all their poverty we saw …
... desperate state, I remembered what Raheela told me, about Dili Haat, the speciaty market which also sell food, that caters to tourists and was pleasantly surprised that it is indeed very accessible from where I was by Metro - the only way I can travel reliably currently. A very crowded train ride later, I was at the gate, paying the 20 Rupee entrance fee. Dili Haat turned out to be pretty much along the line of what I have read about, with food stalls that ...
... fall. We had not been on a tuk-tuk yet, so we decided on taking one. We hailed one off of the street. He looked at our address and off we went. It was a mad dash, darting through cars and bikes! He constantly stopped and asked for directions. Apparently, he really didn’t know where we were going!! Finally we stopped somewhere and it didn’t look like any place Chitralekha would live!!! The driver suddenly turned around in the traffic!! What the ...
... br> Simply inspirational. After leaving this area we moved to the Mahatma Gandhi ghat. A ghat is the area upon which the celebratory cremation occurs. Gandhi is revered by all the Indian population ..... a common man with a common touch. His ashes (upon his request) were aerially spread over the entire Indian sub-continent: "man of the people".
Wow !!!! Delhi has to be a place that all travellers should experience.
... After the Jumma Masjid we went to the world famous Humaiyun Tomb, which was the inspiration for Shah Jahan's building the Taj Mahal. We then drove by the Lotus temple (Bahai temple), but didn’t do in it because my parents had already seen it and it takes a long time to get in. We then drove over to the Kashmir government store where we bought two Yak wool carpets. Hope the ...