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... carts today and I love seeing the women in their brightly coloured saris and the children waving at us. The women are often carrying huge bundles on their heads but they look quite comfortable. We also saw quite a lot of pilgrims who walk bare foot and carry bright yellow flags. Sometimes they walk hundreds of miles, according to Prem.
So far 2 people have already come down with Delhi belly and one poor woman was sick several times in the coach.
... a thousand people, catered by the same hotel that put on last night's event. It was too bad they didn't use the same entertainment... We ended up in conversation with friends of Per and I was so intrigued to hear some different perspectives on India, Indians and life in Delhi. I noticed that only the Indians seemed to be wearing the Sari's but only thought, how sad for the Europeans to be boring, dressed in black. I actually had two ...
Shopping, organising. Have decidedly to book with official government Indian tour for our next 28 days. Complete tour of Rajistan, Agra, sexy temple, Varanessi, Calcutta, Chennai. Car and driver all the way to Agra, train to sexy temple, train to Varanessi,train to Calcuta, flight to Chennai. All in all 28 days taken care of. Evan gave us a 10% discount for old toppies.The use of the car and driver is completely flexible. We ...
... much searching and some valuable local info from a nice chap at McDonalds we discover that said sports bar is out of business. We opt for the closest alternative - Indian restaurant and promptly order ourselves a couple of kingfishers and a some food. I go for the veggie platter and Franklin the meat one. We were simple patrons. I was presented with an amazing selection of tasty veggie food, the highlight being what I coined "spicy cubes of awesomeness" but the restaurant ...
... other couples holding hands. But the men...wow...very affectionate with each other (in a very straight way) although this includes walking hand in hand, arm in arm, arms around shoulders and occasionally a hand on a bum. Crossing the road: I read somewhere long ago that the sign of a pessimist is someone who looks both ways on a one way street. I think the person who wrote that never went to India! Regardless of if it is a highway, lane way, one way road with a thick ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center