Maurya Heritage Hotel
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Then we were off to catch the Palace On Wheels for a one week train trip through Rajhastan. After arriving at the Sjdarfung train station we were greater by a nice band. After checking in and listening to the band we watched as the train we would be spending the week on arrive.
... jam getting there. On the metro back home that night I was feeling a bit worse for wear and needed a toilet quick. The sight I witnessed at a metro station toilet was shocking. Other users decided not to go in the hole where most people go, but all around the cubical floor instead. Jenny described my face as white going in but green coming out, and
the pleasure cost me ten rupees but the memories will last a lifetime!
Delhi seemed to ...
There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not starting and not going all the way.
- the Buddha
I am back in New Delhi recovering from a sore throat and a headache. The “pilgrimage tour” is over. Internet connections were so rare in the Indian countryside that I couldn’t get all my pictures uploaded and observations posted. It looks like I ...
... limbs. It was so heart wrenching to see. The restaurant hadn't planned enough seats for us, so when I saw that there were two French girls at the next table, I asked if we could share part of the table with them, they willingly obliged. They were doing a two week trip through India, visiting a friend in Bombay. Most of the group I was with were French speaking, so an easy fit. After lunch we went to a private sale which was taking place on a beautiful rooftop garden. There were ...
... I grasped his wrist in outrage and started to shout at him. I can't quite remember everything that I said, but surprisingly I didn't swear. I had a strong urge to let people know around me what was happening and the public did stop and have a nose what was going on. The thief denied he had done anything and then bizarrely apologised. Everybody moved on and my yells of, 'I saw you!' abated. I was cross and a bit shaken. A couple of elderly women gave ...