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An early departure from Jaipur - although the journey to Delhi is only 258 km it took us all day. We did divert to a lovely hotel, the Samode Palace, for a coffee and stopped at an univiting roadside restaurant mid-afternoon. The traffic (mainly lorries) got heavier and heavier as we reached Delhi, with toll booths causing much of the congestion. …
We arrived on time despite a somewhat disorganised loading procedure at Dubai airport and were taken by car to the hotel by a very pleasant young man and driver. Here we learned the 3 requirements of successful driving in India:
1 A good horn
2 Good brakes and
3 Good luck.
In the afternoon we were taken to see the main sights of …
Its Oct 11, I'm finally heading back to the USA. Yesterday, I was able to fly stand-by on Air India from Kathmandu to New Delhi. The problem was getting into the Kathmandu Airport, there are police/guards posted at the front door. You have to show a passport and your flight ticket or itinerary with your flight date/time. Since I was trying to fly …
Today I woke up very early, at 4:30am. When traveling East and changing twelve time zones, the jet lag causes you wake up in the middle of night or this early. Since I couldn't go back to sleep I visited the hotel gym to do a bit of running and exercising. Later I did breakfast downstairs and focused on trying everything Indian for breakfast. There …
The highlight of the day for me was the visit to the memorial at Raj Ghat for the ultimate pacifist – Mahatma Gandhi. We drove down the leafy avenue bearing his name, along the river to the place where he was cremated in 1947, after he was shot dead at the age of 79. The memorial, in the middle of a pristine lawn, is a simple slab with …
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