Le Meridien New Delhi
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Let me preface this entry by saying that this was a tough entry to write. We saw so much and experienced so many sights, smells and visuals, it is hard to paint the picture through words.
With the girls arriving so early in the morning, it made for a short night. Mallika, was meeting us at 1030a to introduce us to our guide for Delhi and …
... were also three different places furnished with tables and chairs. The place was fully packed….not only foreigners but also locals regularly come to enjoy specialties served in Karimīs. To be honest, we found the service quite bad or at least undistinguishing from the other Indian restaurants. It was too full so we didnīt even have our own table. It was actually more like a fast food than a normal restaurant. Food was fine but nothing sooo special. For us, it was too spicy. ...
... till i save money for that trip. It's going to cost quite a lot, and my 50-dollar stipend at the uni doesn't contribute much to the savings. Saving my pocket money that parents give me is preferable. Actually, that's what i'm used to doing, living on the money i get from the uni and putting aside all the parents' money for travelling. But even though, it'll take some time.
How did I go to India today?
By practising Vinuasa Yoga.
As i'm writing this we are about 32,000ft above India with about 1500miles left to go to get to Bangkok, it's been a pretty arduous flight so far, by no means smooth and sleeping has been a little difficult to say the least and we still have about 3 hours left! The flight back is gonna be great fun haha. Never mind, we're both looking forward to getting there. So the ...
... the streets were dark and empty except dogs, strewn about, in the streets, sleeping, in groups, families maybe, soundly. Our tuk tuk carefully zoomed around them, letting them sleep, and they did, soundly, knowing they would not be touched.
The people are serious, gentle. Their eyes look with honesty, and then look away. If they want to sell you something, they will try, a few times, and then will walk away. Some notice you, but without much fanfare, others don't notice you at ...