Hotel Metro Heights
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... and basmati rice). Meena explained and helped us to make all of the recipes. They are all fairly simple and I will definitely be able to make these delicious dishes at home. We thoroughly enjoyed our lesson and definitely enjoyed eating our meal! We topped it all off with a cup of tea and some moist banana bread.
We headed back to the hotel and called it a night. Sadly it will be our last night!
... i Índia, mirant que sempre pogués fer servei a algú. A la maleta, portem bosses ziploc amb tota mena de coses que, en un moment determinat ens ha permès convertir l’habitació de l’hotel en un centre d’estètica per fer-nos la manicura, pedicura o el que convingués: era el nostre petit luxe i una altra manera d’estar juntes i compartir bons moments. Portàvem també ziplocs per cosir i per rentar roba.
... oversell to demand - i.e. they might sell 500 tickets for 200 seats, or probably even more! So when the train arrives at a station there's a huge race to bag yourself a seat or even just a space in these carriages. We saw hoards of people, primarily men but also some women and children, surge towards any door or window they thought they could climb in faster than somebody else. There are however also police 'helping' the situation by trying to organise lines and hitting people with ...
... people in there from all over the world, not many Indians. We were told the mango lasse drinks were really good by our tour guide so we all bought them! It was a yogurt and mango drink that was really good. I had nan, rice, and a lentil dish that was good. A few dishes were placed out in front if all of us to share. We also all decided to test a spicy green sauce. I didn't think it was spicy at all! Some people on the trip don't like spicy/ can't handle it well sobot ride ...
... huge wok full of onions. Don't know whether he peeled and chopped them as well.
India Gate and the Parliament builds next which were very quiet. Only recognised guides are allowed here so it's a peaceful haven in the centre of a commotion of people and cars. Then to Gandi's cremation point. Very nice garden area in the centre of a city. I saw my one and only cobra here but his charmer didn't hang about once he saw we were getting in the ...