Lemon Tree Hotel, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... all look similar in the dark’ he said). Thankfully this wasn’t spotted as we didn’t fancy spending a night in a police station in Delhi arrested for aiding and abetting a car thief!
We got back but Sanjay had to leave almost immediately for work and so we had our last evening meal (mashed aubergine curry, paneer and peas, roti bread – yum!) without him. After dinner we had a photo session the first of which ...
... our hotels to have breakfast and to catch up on some sleep, I decided to go out and get lost in the charming, narrow streets outside the city center. I was again surprised by how many people stare at you when you go off the beaten path to see the other side of the medal, but I’m still convinced that this is a very important part of traveling. The streets were colorful and lively, the people amazed but friendly, and I felt welcome in ...
... went with a guy called Lula who said he would do a return journey for 200 rupees which is about £2. We got on the back and off he went telling us all about the red fort and different mosques, he dropped us off and told us not to buy anything inside as very expensive and to hide our belongings and this area is prone to pickpockets.
We walked up to the Red Fort (which is in Old Delhi) Old delhi we have noticed is very dated and kind of still back in ...
... chicken and mutton curry together with a delicious mango lassi (£8 a head). it was clear from the clientele that this was a place well to do Indians brought foreign guests for a curry as there were some Americans on business and another group of British travellers with their guide. After lunch we drove back towards Old Delhi now the roads had reopened.The traffic was increasing but a normal 1 hour journey only took us 10 minutes. We passed the iconic Bahai ...
... life, repeated in the motions of the everyday. And just when things seem to be too much, a quiet residential alcove appears down a side street. The noise dims, the honks grow more distant. It is encouraging to realize that even Delhi dwellers seem to require moments of respite.
As for the staring, we seem to be doing just as much as the Indians we encounter. There is so much to look at and to try to make sense of. Our ...