Hotel Swati Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a cycle rickshaw to a university student area. I really enjoyed chatting with Avi as he told me about the area and his life. First stop for food was for Shawarma that was nothing like what I have had at home. This cheese Shawarma was probably my favorite item with a white sour cream like sauce. Next we moved to the mini shop for vada pav which was like a little hamburger with a squished potato ball as the patty. To quench the spice we had a fruit beer which was a non alcoholic ...
... one his predecessor built! Visited the parliament buildings built by the British and also India Gate which is a war memorial to those Indians who fought on behalf of the British in the First World War. This was the last building completed by the British prior to independence in 1947.
Mad rickshaw ride through Old Delhi which was great fun, I hope the video will upload so that you can experience the rickshaw simulator! Once again amazing ...
... us to their respective "official travel advice centre, shop merchants trying to gain extra business and people claiming to have the best and cheapest guest house, "very good, very cheap." With fading positivity about Delhi we arrive at a guest house which we found ourselves and bartered to get 100RS cheaper. The room initially looked ok and decided we'd take it because we could not be bothered with the hassle. I say initially because we later found cockroaches in our bed, the room ...
... weeks in advance to get on. So if this is ever in your travel plans (or any Indian Trains for that matter), you can book online with the Indian Rail Company.. It's site is impossible to access without an Indian cell number, BUT you are able to make bookings (and this is free advice not obtainable from any website or guide book we read) if you email the rail services and send them a copy of your passport. Lesson learnt, 3 weeks too late.
So, you can imagine two useless ...
... Seems like a lovely religion on the face of it, all gods welcome, etc but the more you read the lfeaflet it does sound somewhat like a cult, but to each his own I guess. Headed off for Lunch, Driver left us for abit in the car and a spontaneous hindu street party erupted around us somehow, accompanied by firecrackers feet away from the car, I could feel Jamies ass tense up but we're still alive to tell the tale, all is well. Lunch was a clear commission ...