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... were spell bound by the antics of all the drivers. It wasn't long before we heard the first toot of a horn! As today is a Sunday and tomorrow turns out to be republic day there was little traffic as most people are on holiday,tucked up in bed which is what we did as soon as we checked in. in the afternoon we wandered around the streets looking at all the sights finding it ***********vince all the tuktuk drivers that we didn't want to go ...
... touching base again on possibility of signing an MOU with them. To give you an idea of the scaling if numbers in India; there are 750,000 members that engineers whereas in Ontario there are approx. 80,000. Both meetings were in Noida, just outside of Delhi. This area had very heavy smog and was very thick. A huge amount of construction being competed too. Tomorrow we're off to see the Taj Mahal, about a 3 hour drive south of Delhi. ...
Let's Boogie to Darjeeling
On the way out to lunch, we checked with a couple of the travel agents. Flying was our only option if we didn't want to bus or wait. All we really knew was that we didn't want to stay in Delhi.
So, after our marathon of last minute research, we booked a flight to Bagdogra for tomorrow and reserved a week at a highly rated hotel in Darjeeling (a 90 minute taxi ride from the ...
... coming from the inside to the outside. Despite the relative peace of the hotel there is the constant hooting of car horns from the road outside. You would seriously have to be mad to drive a car in Delhi. There are lane markings but nobody seems to take any notice of them and instead horns seem to be used as a way of indicating that the car behind you, which is currently no more than two inches from the side of your your back bumper, wishes to come ...
... to an obese and unbelievably fidgety indian man who reeked of all the stereotypical indian smells. The other man next to him actually asked to move and ended up in first class the nob. A wise move that I didn't think of! He sauntered back all smug after we had landed, rubbing his eyes and yawning just to show what a good nights sleep he had got. I on the other hand did not sleep a wink but instead got elbowed countless times by BO mans stupid ...