Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... On one hand no one can hear me over the traffic in Delhi anyway, on the other hand, playing in the middle of Delhi sitting on a bus stop bench just doesn't feel normal behavior. Nonetheless I gingerly took out of my guitar, hands shaking and started to play. Low and behold, it really isn't that much more difficult than playing at the Havarah, not even that much more difficult than playing at Rick's house. As I grew more confident, I started to notice there were little children ...
... 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 ...
... of a barrage of photos of the Taj Mahal. You really can't stop yourself from taking an inordinate amount of photos. It's like this Jedi Force that won't allow you to put your camera down. You can't fight it. Just go with The Force. Such a grand structure, and it is surrounded by such abject poverty. Stray animals of every kind, and living conditions unfathomable to most Americans. I have always said that I've learned more from traveling ...
... From there we headed to the Raj Gate - a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi.
After that we headed to a nearby restaurant for lunch. After 2 days in Delhi eating the local fare which we find very good - we would be hard presses to find Indian food of similar quality and variety in Vancouver.
After lunch we headed to Kutb Minar.
We then took ...
... as I was taught in preschool), the dentist shook his head. “No no no. You must brush each tooth, individually, with the brush held vertically. This way will prevent gum disease.”
His modern technique made sense. I reckon as a 4-year-old, between playing Legos and dressing my cat in clothes tailored for my Cabbage Patch Kids, gum disease prevention probably never made it onto my list of priorities.
Your cavity free friends (for now),
T n' A