Hotel Mohan International
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... side of the world, and can't get that much time off work. This excuse doesn't apply anymore (I was going to start that sentence with 'Sadly', but it really isn't!). My friend Suri is the one getting married, to his long-term girlfriend Shreya, and it's to be a small wedding. 'Only' 180 people have been invited to the wedding which is outside Delhi, and a further 200 or so will be invited to the reception in Delhi. We are all pretty tired from the stag festival, but ...
... s just too crowded. It's more like dodging out of the way of one thing and another. We went to eat at Kareem's which is four different rooms off a courtyard, where some of the cooking is done. Amazing to see them cooking bread in an oven in the ground, pulling the puffed loaves out with a poke and flinging them to the waiters.
... have been provided. Actually they look fine - basic but freshly laundered. We have our own sleeping sheet, pillow and blanket as a fall back but actually I think they will be OK. Our train will travel through the night reaching our destination of Jaisalmer at 11:15am tomorrow. And now the time has come for that dreaded excursion which cannot be put off any longer...a visit to the squat loo. Where's the loo paper and soap, Ian? The first few hours of our journey pass ...
... We visited a few of the
sights in old Delhi (Red fort, Jama Masjid, the local spice markets,
etc) and we intend to see New Delhi upon our return in a couple of
weeks. The food in Delhi is exceptional and we edged closer and
closer to street food while keeping our insides pristine, something
we are so far very proud of. We highly recommend the local Biryani,
especially if you can find a ...
... them with family and friends. We have so much to talk about so many moments that caught our breathe, challenged us or made us smile. We have traveled on buses, tuk tuks, rickshaws, trains, boats, electric cars and the Indian metro. We have seen poverty and opulence often within metres of each other. I now view beggars differently after hearing the locals talking about pride and the importance of education and a strong work ethic. Beggars are still every ...