Maurya Heritage Hotel
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... carriage. They laughed about it but it was definitely a nervous and relieved one when we disembarked.
We first visited a Sikh Temple, not sure of the name as I can never pronounce them let alone spell them. We were required to take off our shoes and cover our heads, my germaphobe was in full gear walking along the street with bare feet mixed with sewage and foot water. Poor Olivia was tip toeing the entire way and the look ...
... away to
a quieter spot. PROVIDED we travel by Jeep.
24. Arrive at our new campsite after 20 minutes traveling cross country.
Hump all our gear up to a nice flat spot nestled in the dunes and collapse
on our beds made of carpets and camel blankets. Realize after a few
moments that this sand is a lot harder than what we napped on after lunch.
25. Stare at the stars as Maloo serenades us with song. He has a
beautiful voice and phrasing. ...
... it in its day. The Diwan-i-Am, for example, still holds the places where the emperor would have sat along with a table of inlaid marble. It's the "hall of public audience" and he would have sat, looking over everyone else who would have remained standing, in this hall which would have been carpeted and decorated with gold and silver and tapestries. It would have been lit with candles and the ...
... Hanging out in Grand Bazaar of Istanbul was about something else!
We even managed to reach the famous Spice Market of Old Delhi, however, we felt like it was too much of the real India for us that day. We desperately wanted to go back to our little sweet bubble…our friend Jirka was already waiting for us at the Czech Embassy. It was so pleasant to have the option of an escape. India can be really tiring sometimes.
In order to get back to the Czech Embassy ...
... are not allowed. Within the grounds there is also a tomb for the queen, and another for the royal couple's favourite barber. Sound fishy? Whilst we stayed in a nice, calm neighbourhood in south Delhi, it was still difficult to walk around due to the lack of pavement & dodgem-style driving which made it dangerous to walk along the dusty roads. But Varana's guesthouse made up for it with its roof terrace & view of ...