Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... little cramped - I even managed to get a little sleep. We got to Delhi, after a very lumpy, bumpy descent that scared me to death, and then had around 4 hours before our connecting flight to Kathmandu. We got some coffee and 2 small bits of toast - it cost us 13 dollars....that's extortion! The flight to Kathmandu was on time and took off at 1.30 local time. PS. I've just converted the dollars and the tea and toast cost £3.00...not bad after all!! ...
When we arrived at the train station for our long train to Delhi we realised that even though we had a ticket for the train, we were actually on a waiting list and not enough other passengers had canceled seats, so we would have to share two seats/one bed for the nineteen hour trip. The train system is so hard to understand, it's a wonder how they're so popular.
We boarded the train and left Jaisalmer station right on time. The view in such ...
... dwellings along the tracks. These homes are really small and built in the main of odd bits of timber and corrugated iron with I'd presume earth floors. Despite being a shanty town it was in fact a on going community, with plenty of small shops generally in the few solid looking buildings. Clearly the residents here have very little although there are one or two tv satellites around and there are padlocks on the doors. One thing struck me in particular and that ...
... bells. The house we were staying in was positioned at the bottom of a valley, amidst a pine wood. It was built some one hundred years ago by a Scottish architect and was very fanciful, almost kitsch to the modern eye. Faded glory it was. Inviting and warm it was not. A Faulty Tower type ambience ensued. We asked if there was a heater of some kind as we were more than a bit chilly (and me being from Yorkshire!). Mike was coming down with cold and ...
... we spent over two hours. I daresay it was because the adults didn’t want to leave. While the boys ran around from one game to another, we placed ourselves on a “Deal or No Deal” game which helped us reap plenty of tokens that were used to buy gifts for the boys. It was money well spent I think, although their interest in the gifts lasted for a few hours before it was time to move onto something else. Other than that, ...