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Room was clean and quite spacious. Service in restaurant very slow, in fact there was very little interaction with staff it felt quite impersonal
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... It really was quite impressive. Seriously. This is the part where you should stop reading, go to google.ca and google Mehrangarh Fort and look at photos. To anyone who travels to India, this fort is a must see in my opinion. You have to take the audio-guided tour. It's really interesting. Some of the highlights of the tour (other than the amazing views) included huge gate with spikes to prevent enemy armies from using elephants to charge through the doors, and a wall with ...
... the many years this festival, set in the courtyard of one of Calcutta's grand mansions in the heart of the old city, has featured the greatest of the great, and most of the Maestros of Indian Classical music including Pandit Kishan Maharaj, Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Ustad Amir Khan, Pandit Ravi Shankar, and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan to name a few. It is also the stage in which many artists, most notably, Vilayat Khan debuted as youngster and gained ...
... is it, our first meal in India. I was so excited that it is hard to put into words. Our waiter, who calls himself Gabriel, was super friendly and easy going. He recommended the cheese rava butter dosa, and it was so good, I can't even begin to describe it, I will try though: it was cooked so well, spiced so perfectly, it destroyed any hope of ever finding Indian food like that in the USA. Seriously, it ain't gonna happen. After our meal and ...
... fish curry. I just had to remind myself that it would be well cooked and definitely not likely to give me any kind of stomach upset whatsoever when I came back to eat it.
I was getting used to the stares from Indian people as we walked home, but was not prepared for being stared at by a dog. Alarm bells started to ring as this scrappy little black thing just stopped in its tracks and eyeballed me from about three metres. ‘Wow,’ said ...