Hotel Swati Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... agency for more specific directions. We had gps and the Delhi map so we knew where we wanted to go. In the end we got to the hostel. Hostel was nice. It's very clean, the bathroom is nice and the beds are nice. Lots of friendly people all around chatting about India. We got some late night kebabs. I had chicken and they were spiced well. Nick got mutton. Arjun just watched us eat. We then came back to the hostel, sat in yet common room and then planned a bit for the next few ...
....well its been an interesting couple of months. Firstly let me tell you why I haven't updated for 2 months, firstly due to fact that my internet service provider (Airtel) and Delhi Government (only in the area that I live in) are having some sort of dispute - which means I don't get any internet! I had it for all of 10 days and then it stopped. Nummerous phone calls later (and i'm talking like 6/7!) finally somebody tells me ...
... about an hour we left with a pocket full of train tickets, both overnighters and day trips, now all we have to do is make sure we follow the itinerary!
We are staying in an area that is walking distance to the New Delhi train station, which makes it convenient when we have to leave. The area is called the Main Bazaar, and as I have indicated above, it is amazing. Unfortunately, Fern could not take the dust and smog, ...
Pushkar…. Hello-to-the-queen dessert, chai drinking sessions, many hello-again moments, and sweet reunion times with some familiar faces. As we had only a few days here, instead of my 3 months stay before, time was too short to meet and do all. But the little trip down memory lane was great!
Too soon my visa expiry date was closing in on me, so after a quick-stop in Delhi to pick up my new passport, and a tea with ...
... what I did last Sunday. Then, in the late afternoon all the markets start opening and the rains cool things off so that visiting the sites becomes bearable. I texted Elena and she wanted to go visit Old Fort with me. So around three o’clock I caught a rickshaw for the short drive up the road to visit Purana Qila, which literally translates to Old Fort.
According to the guide book Old Fort is considered the sixth city of Delhi. I believe ...