The Janpath Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Sound and Light show at the Red Fort in Old Delhi. It was getting dark and most attractions would be closed. So we went shopping. Om knew of a "convenient" crafts store and as I had nothing better to do, decided to kill some time there. Well we all know how that turned out. Most of the handicrafts didn't appeal to me at all, but eventually I found a few bibelots and tchotchkes to add to the growing number from my travels else where and off we went. I suggested ...
... us every step of the way to the next round of security and eventually the next gate. This plane also left late, but that was not a problem as our connection in Toronto didn't leave until midnight.
We arrived in Sudbury, without our luggage, informed the Air Canada representative about this lost luggage and got into a taxi for the trip through 'winter wonderland' to home!
The adventure has ...
... and the pot holes were huge. Our car bottomed out every 5 minutes and I wondered how we did not get flat tires. There is no road lines or road laws so you are literally driving head onto oncoming traffic which pushes you off the road and there's cows there and ahhh! Colby and I grabbed onto each other the entire time and just sat in fear. The Ganges is a river which is sacred in the Hindu religion. It was a river made from the Himalayas and the Hindus ...
... quite a lot to do before we leave for the wedding venue on the 21st. Clothes: As a close friend of the groom, tradition dictates that he present me with a bolt of cloth with which I make myself a new suit to be worn at one of the ceremonies. Quite a lot of time (for me at any rate) is spent picking a shade of black that we are both happy with, and then there is a series of visits to another friend of mine (who recently packed in his banking career to follow his ...
... 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! ...