Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of banknotes (remember though that the smallest note, 10 rupees is worth 20 cents). Sikhs however are very generous in donating, and some of the concrete results we would see later. Every Sikh temple has a langar or kitchen which feeds all comers Sikh or not. Deepak arranged for us to visit the kitchen where we saw huge vats where the noon meal was being prepared by Sikhs who volunteer for this charitable work. As we looked in the dining hall, there were ...
... portal for worldwide hotel booking). It was £100 a night with breakfast (usually £20 and free wifi usually £6 a DAY) instead of £200 and that was for the entry level room.
There is no denying it was lovely, there is no denying the staff have been trained to the highest level, there is also no denying that the way the Indian guests spoke to the staff disgusted me ! Westerners were fine, with their please and thank you's but the Indians could barely lift their rude ...
... I was very scared, because these small tiny rickshaws look so fragile and these drivers are driving frantic. Jama masjid is the most famous and largest mosque in India. Admission is free, however you have to pay for camera - 300 RS for each camera.
We had fun in Jama Masjid as the local people were asking me, if they could have a photo with me - and why not? :) They told me, that they like my very white skin.
Close to the mosque is Red ...
... city. It seems a popular destination for expats and Indians alike, and they are doing a good job at maintaining its' cleanliness. Following which we took a stroll through Khan market, full of little book shops, restaurants, shoe stores and fabric sellers among others things, certainly globalization hasn't hit here with the same intensity. Later in the afternoon we went for "High Tea" at the lovely 5 star Imperial Hotel, we ended up sitting outside, admiring the beautiful manicured ...
... filled with cows and dogs. Although were all agreed there's only one breed of dog here...**** dog! They all look the same and you really feel for them! Our next stop was a village called Tordi Sagar, quite remote and not much to do, but ended up being a highlight of the tour. Walking around the locals was heart warming, all the children wanted photos and to just be around you. We also walked along the sand dunes and reached the top for sunset, sitting and admiring the ...