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TravelPod Member ReviewsMegha Homestay New Delhi
Great way to get a taste of family life in India. Meals, a driver, assistance can be provided. Close to the violet Metro line and in a nice area with a wonderful park across the street.
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There is a neat, clean, Westernized, shopping-mall side of New Delhi and I am ashamed to say today that I found it. I wanted a place to sit down and drink a cup of coffee. I wanted it badly and I found it. At the home-stay I had eaten deep-fried onions for breakfast and my stomach was screaming …
... the Black Star of India and the Red Ruby Star. They were beautiful and light up magically under a lamp. After escaping without buying anything we headed to a marble inlay workshop. They use a Roman technique called 'Pietro Dura'. It is extremely intricate and time consuming technique with a secret glue recipe to hold it all together. Again we escaped with our purses unscathed and it was time for lunch. We entered another hotel with a similar luxurious standard ...
... knockoff brand and can't keep up. I've been feeling tired since Jaisalmer and today it gets the better of me. India's "gift to my bowels" that she so generously forced on me back in Kolkata is back, this time combining both my birthday and Christmas into one super gift! It's the first time I had to take medication... While I lie in bed, Cindy does some laundry and hangs it on some rope she brought. She insists on doing it herself to save some money and refuses ...
... sites were blocked which I didn't mind at that time; in India some chat apps don't work and I also found out that if you delete it cos you think it's your app that's wrong that you then can't download it again. Not ideal when you are already feeling lost in a crowd. However, on my only day to walk the city I've found a hotel near mine which I can pick up the Wifi from so am sitting outside, riding for free, so I can catch up on this blog. In the ...
... with no working fan I realised this was again a ridiculously 'first world problems' statement ... It was genuinely so beautiful, green, quiet and calm that I occasionally forgot I was in India ... I also (thank god) had access to a library (making slideshow on an iPod touch? Impossible.) and it felt oddly lovely to be back in academia again ... Mid-holiday ... I'm doing this travelling thing wrong aren't I? The actual lectures themselves went ... Dare I say ... ...