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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... War monument) through what is referred to as Lutyens Delhi (all very colonial). We stopped up by the Palace but the Gate, about a mile down the road, was all but obscured by haze - so we promised ourselves an early morning visit when we get back to Delhi next week.
By this point we were all beginning to flag so back to the flat for a welcome glass of bubbly and an early night ready for a 3am wake up to catch a 5.30 flight to Udaipur. We're now here and will report on today ...
... the Golden Temple there's a walkway which was full of people queuing to enter. Unfortunately we didn't have time to queue so didn't get to see inside, so had to make do with walking around the pool.
Bathing was allowed at one end of the pool which quite a few men did, and in the pool a man skimmed the debris off the surface. Having spent about 30 minutes there it was time to leave and head to our accommodation. ...
... a famous lotus temple and a huge minaret. We walked, took the metro, chauffeur driven cars, and tuk tuks... And this was Mum with jet lag! Still, I'm not really complaining as we saw a huge amount of Delhi and you only really live once. When we were in the mosque I saw a tall minaret with people climbing to the top and instantly asked where we could go up. The guide really wasn't keen for us to climb it as he clearly thought Mum was too old! She was then ...
... entertaining haha I just love it. We talked with our cab driver a lot about his family and the education system in India and by the end of the hour car ride I think I knew this mans life story lol. Once we arrived in the airport...it was super easy lol. We walked in showed our tickets...got through an easy security check...and headed to the one terminal. We ran into a ton of SAS kids on a SAS sponsored field program when they all saw us they were so shocked! ...
... The boy gave back the money. It wasn't too violent and in my imagination I pictured them bringing the young boy to temple to pray for forgiveness or to his mother for a spanking. Who knows? Either way, I was impressed with how many and how quickly people came to the aid of this woman to assist her and set things right. One could argue though that the poor boy on the street was just trying to survive. The disparity of wealth between classes here is huge. Anyway... What a day! ...