Kshitij Hotel Royale
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... or money. People will show up and offer to clean dishes, cook food, shine shoes or anything else they can do or give. I was touched by them allowing us to come and show us their temple and I offered to help roll out the naan bread. When we left the mosque we were then guided onto the Delhi metro. The women are given a separate car for their safety and our group piled in to take it to the centre of the city. The new area that we found ourselves in was so ...
... a hawker was convinced Barry should be buying jewelery, no, was not an answer any of them wanted to hear which brought even more people around perhaps for persuasion. As the two of us were putting a plan together as to how to deal with the situation we saw our driver running for the car and moving the crowd that had gathered to get in and speed off but not before checking to ensure they had not damaged his car! We arrived into Agra where we were to meet our tour guide (Ali) and ...
... The flight over was with Air India again and this is no lie, we got searched a total of 5 times before getting on the plane. At every single point between entering the airport to literally just before you walk up the stairs onto the plane the queue is divided in men and women and you get a full body search. Yet, you never put your bag through a proper scanner, it doesn't make sense. On the flight we got a very interesting breakfast/lunch combo of cheese ...
... bazaars in India. We felt quite tired but didnīt want to miss this part of Old Delhi since we were so close. We tried to sneak in the bazaar streets as smooth as possible but it was practically impossible. It was crazy! Thousands of people buzzing around, a herd of cows and goats just chilling in the middle of the busiest street, many different vehicles struggling to get out of the traffic jam and start moving forwards, street vendors brimming over with their endless amount of ...
... could not help but feel a spiritual presence in the building near you. There was a special dedication to the guru in the room where every Sikh kneeled to and prayed. I left quietly.
After leaving the temple, we headed through the streets of Delhi. Chaotic is one word to describe it; dirty is another word. Everywhere you look were large piles of trash with animals rummaging through them. Locals along the streets trying to weave through the hundreds of ...