King Castle Hotel
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... to his pot of simmering buffalo milk at the right moment to get the maximum punch out of his blend of pepper, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and cardamom. There was also the best Lassi in India from a street stall in Jaipur, where it is served in clay cups that you toss away afterwards. A thick, creamy brekkie staple that comes complete with a crusty top that you scoop off and eat with a tiny wooden spoon. Then comes the king of this holy trinity – the food…
The hotel was clean but not ideal. So I left the next morning and walked the 2 km to New Delhi. It was an area that seems more geared up for tourists. I found a great hotel and settled down to consider my next move. I wasn't particularly happy in Delhi and felt the need to leave soon. However, there were two things I needed to do in Delhi: ride the Metro and visit the Red Fort.
There is nothing to write about the Metro other than its air conditioned, modern ...
... smell AMAZING, all the flavours of the curry and fresh bread I was in heaven and started getting hungry.
We decided to eat back at the roof top restaurant at our hotel as heard good reviews and we read to always eat where the locals do!!
We decide to try a vegetarian share platter which includes 3 curry dips, a chapatii, popadom, vegetable pakora, yoghurt and rice for.....£2!!! It was delicious the flavours ...
... br> A few general notes about India:
Overall, our time in India was incredible. We saw the absolute best and worst of this terrific sub-continent. There is so much to love and admire about Indian people and their culture. The country is home to some spectacular temples, ruins, forts, palaces and has thousands of years of history. Their food is so delicious and you can try a different meal every day ...
... I did not need any reason to go to India; Once there all my reasons suddenly came out from within. Right now with an Ayurvedic SPA I pretend to relax the muscles of my body after days of pushing it to its limits. Delhi's sun today once again is targeting my eyes and rubbing my skin. It is still the splendid spectacle that didn't fit my head and blew my senses up the first day I felt her. Today, I feel almost part of ...