Jukaso IT Suites Gurgaon
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... a Post Office as we had a package to send home. Inside, at a counter of 10 positions only one was manned and so there was a ‘queue’ of about 10 men there. Anna queued up and then one of the men said she could go to the front. She queried this but he said she could and all the other men agreed and allowed her to the front. Sanjay returned from getting some pension forms for his mum and pointed out a sign in Hindi which said that ...
... read and heard that the most beautiful moment to see the Taj Mahal is at sunrise and as we only had one shot, one opportunity, we agreed on having a short night’s rest and getting up at around 5 a.m. so the same cab driver could pick us up again and bring us to this magnificent monument before 6 a.m.
Obviously regretting this decision and complaining about how stupid we had been the day before, we slowly started moving in ...
... an indicator, tailgating and beeping to let the other cars know your there comes as standard practice and our driver was more interested in simultaneously chatting to me (“where are you from? Ah Englaaaand…verrrrry good country…first time in India?”), talking on his mobile and fiddling with the radio than driving. He asked if he can play the indian music and we said yes it was brilliant to here the music on the radio and our driver sing ...
We were quite surprised this morning as when we left the hotel it was raining which is most unusual for this time of year (last rain in December). Our plans were a bit awry as today is Republic day and many monuments are closed.There is a huge national parade and this year was to be attended by Barack Obama so security is extraordinary,roads are blocked with heavily armed personnel from the border security force. So our first point of call was Qutab Minar, a 73 high ...
We are here in Delhi now, staying for two nights at the Shangri La hotel - a beautiful haven from the busy city. We only saw a little of the city from a broken down old taxi from the airport to the hotel. Staying in tonight for an early start tomorrow sightseeing the city ...