Kshitij Hotel Royale
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... and women could form a separate queue! Unfortunately our package was not packed properly and the Post Office couldn’t provide this service. We went off to a gift shop nearby which not only sold much better items than at Delhi Haat but also provided a packing service. A man sat on the floor, wrapped our package up in fabric and stitched it together all for about £1.50! Meanwhile, Sanjay who was determined we leave Delhi with a ...
... of the foreigners queue, where we had the honor to pay 37.5 times the entrance fee that the Indians are expected to pay. We made our way inside the domain, took some mandatory touristy pictures and then moved closer to the Taj Mahal so we could admire it in its full glory as the sun started to come up to beautifully illuminate the monument from behind. In hindsight, the timing maybe wasn't as bad as we thought before.
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... Our car was actually a decent Toyota with aircon and very clean, also Sagu wore a suit to drive and always made an effort. On our way to the red fort when we stopped at traffic lights woman holding babies come and tap on the window asking for money its quite uncomfortable but you just have to ignore it. The worst was when the children came knocking and begging that was so hard to ignore but Sagu said if you give to one you give to all which is true so we just had ...
... tower from the 12th century built by the first mogul sultan of Delhi and is one of the tallest brick structures in the world.The surrounding buildings were destroyed and reused to build the complex but with all the Hindu imagery defaced. Another tower was started by yet another sultan but this never got past the first floor. We then went to a government sponsored handicrafts centre and succumbed in buying a ring and a carpet(they are going to ship it back to uk ...
Yesterday, the city was blanketed with a layer of smog and fog, which provided a mystical background for our walking tour of Old Delhi. Unlike in the west, people here live their lives not just behind closed doors but in the streets. There seems to be little separation between public and private space. Groups of young men literally wash their laundry on the dusty Delhi roads. Undernourished cows roam aimlessly eating from piles of discarded ...