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... there yet and to hang on, he would be right there. Unless the guy showed us a placard from the hotel, we were not to go with them. FINALLY by 7am, we were in the right taxi and on the way to the hotel. I loved my husband more than ever before at that moment. He had saved my day. I gotta talk to Santa about him. On the way to the hotel, the driver did ask us to visit some carpet shops and told us he would pick us up by 11 or 12 at the hotel to show us around Delhi. I declined about ...
... is not! This little boy really did rule at a preschool age. Their kids must be so much wiser than ours. Colson thought potty jokes were hilarious at age 4, not sure he would have sat straight faced through any ceremony or kingly ritual...he can hardly sit still for a church service that is 'kid friendly'! At the Fort, we got some great views and many pictures...especially with other Indian families. We couldn't stop our audio recorder or sit down and ...
... straight out of the Arabian Nights in the distance. We've spent the last few days sightseeing, eating yummy Aloo gobi, banana lassi, and naan on our hotel's rooftop at sunset, and enjoying the sights and sounds of our immediate surrounds. We now have only 2 nights left of our 2 week adventure in India, and though we indeed discovered a beautiful side of this intensely diverse and chaotic country, we are looking forward to the next leg of our ...
Up early as we were getting picked up at 7am for a lovely 6 hour drive to Jodhpur – the blue city. We had 2 cars come to take us so Patrick, Sarah and Doug went in with Delip (the driver) and Claudia, Catherine (from El Salvador), Ella and Hannie were in with Vikram. The drive wasn't bad but the roads in India are very much touch and go. Some are quite good whereas others are appalling. And they’re all dirty ...
... before the next on coming car, lorry or bus he just goes for it, if he doesn't make it he piles on the brakes and tucks back in again. I'm glad now we are in seats 29 and 30 and I can't seen out the front! The main road resembles our B roads and for approx 2 hours there runs parallel to us a partly built road. Adrian is staggered at the building chaos! It is soooo India, we can see no logic to it, none of it ...