Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... people huddled together. At least it's not freezing cold, like at 3200m camp sites with a 2.5 season sleeping bag! There appears to be a method to the madness when walking down any street. It appears as mindless, disorganised chaos, but in fact no one is in any great hurry, and unless you do something really unpredictable, the traffic simply goes around. I only had one close call with a rickshaw and he stopped before he ran me over (thankfully). The locals paid no ...
The Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk (http://www.salaambaalaktrust.com) is a charitable organisation that looks after street kids. These runaway kids who once lived and worked on the streets have now turned their lives around and will give guided walks around the area.
The Imperial Hotel (http://www.theimperialindia.com) for a spot of luxury.
The Red Fort (http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitouris m/tourist_place/red_fort.jsp) looks like a must do.
... is negotiable in India, including prescription drugs. One does not need a piece of scribbled on paper to receive many of the pain soothing pills. By the time multiple prices are thrown back and forth between buyer and seller (with a smile of course), a person can walk away with codeine or valium for about $.08 a pill from any chemist store on any block. A convenient practice when the dentist doesn't numb a tooth before grinding away a crater catalyzed by sugar.
... took a photo of me in one so you'll all have to stay tuned on instagram or twitter if I can get someone to snap a pic of me in it. There is one of Tessa being taught how to wrap it in these pics. I am apparently a bad influence on Tessa as she wasn't going to buy one and now she owns two of them like me! Someone has to invite me to an Indian wedding now. Saree shopping was followed by last minute shooting at the ghats and too soon we had to pile back into a car for the ...
... I couldn't help drawing the parallel between this idea and our speeding taxis, bereft of seat belts. If putting your trust in complete strangers is not your thing (so basically everyone), travel in India will be scary. So, India's future. We all know education is important. Our host in Mumbai was helping his 10 year old daughter with her homework, so I thought I'd have a peak at the content of her syllabus. I most certainly was not learning the scientific names of all the bones ...