Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We arrived into Delhi later than planned after our train was 20 minutes late, and some how gained an hour on top of that! Standard really. We asked at the prepaid booth how much a rickshaw would be, to grasp roughly what a taxi should be. A rickshaw was 140Roops for a journey that, according to Nits, is roughly 1/2 hour. The taxi wanted to charge us 300, plus bags and some mysterious tax! We thought bugger it, we'd been stuffed into the back if ...
... hearing everyone's story though, where they're from and why they are in India. We were told that this had been the most eventful gin Tuesdays so far! I can't get over how difficult it is to just have a little drink and mind your own business in India and I don't know how all these people put up with it for months and even years at a time. Very funny night indeed and the perfect ending to a long long ...
Among the many contrasts that struck us in Delhi was the difference between travelling above and below ground. The crowded streets of Old Delhi are just how you would picture India - chaotic traffic, three-wheeled auto-rickshaws or 'tuk-tuks' careering the wrong way up one way systems, incessant hooting (and Indian hooters are way louder than the ones we have in Europe!), and the ...
... guides who helped us navigate the chaos of the train station. I am so glad we experienced the train station to see the real Delhi but this is not something I would want to do on my own. There are men who will carry your luggage on their heads from the bus to the track for a small fee and thankfully our guides engaged this service for us. It would have been impossible to wheel my western suitcase through the crowds and chaos ...
... on the taxes you paid at another 5%. And of course the govermen officials are all driving Mercedes, Jaguars and Land Rover's. It might even be as corrupt as our government in the United States. I wish they would take some of the tax money and use it as a safety net for the really poor.
Fifth, we have to worry about malaria at all times. In 2010, 767 people in Delhi died from malaria. The mosquitoes are everywhere and we are ...