Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we caught the HOHO (Hop On Hop Off) bus in Delhi to see and visit some of the famous monuments.
We saw the Red Fort, the India Gate (India's answer to the Arc de Triomphe), many tombs of famous people and the Indira Gandhi Museum.
Seeing Indian street life from a bus is confronting and fascinating at the same time. We have wandered around the streets the past few days ...
... lovely white shirt. Quite the shopping experience. With a bow and a thank you, the tailor was off and Barry was left standing in his new suit, I thought for sure he was going to wear it for the rest of the day! We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Jaipur, our heritage hotel and the beautiful sights. Sanpat who worked on the front desk, was a gracious host whose helpfulness was endless and with such warmth. When we were checking out he wanted a picture with Sir (Barry), he ...
We stayed at the Pantnagar a small town 3 hours drive before the Nainital, the weather was cold and the next day it started raining heavily throughout the day. The second day when the rain stopped we planned to visit Nainital. We start our journey by bus around 10 o’clock in the morning and reached at Nainital around 1 o’clock due to the bus stopped at every small stoppage. The way to Nainital was through a ...
After a seven hour flight, we touched down.
Local time: 11:00am.
Weather: sunny and 30 degrees
Excitement level: 10
New Delhi airport was quiet, probably helped by it being carpeted in a phenomenal brown and tan pattern, which helped to dampen the sound (the pile, not the pattern). Passport control completed, luggage collected, we exited and excited.
An old black police taxi drove us to Karol ...
... wallah that helped peddle Andy and Geoff a couple of weeks earlier. He clearly remembered me (we paid him well) and as a result off we went. Rickshaw drivers don't get paid that well but boy do they deserve every penny - sorry Rupee - if not more. It's hard work and in really difficult cycling conditions. Most people who work this way will pay a hefty percentage of their daily earnings to the owner of the bike they're using. As a result I always ask to be dropped ...