Hotel Mohan International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 4 - afternoon/evening
While in Delhi, I certainly wouldn't have missed the opportunity of visiting "Purana Qila", the oldest fort amongst all forts in this city. Plus the fact that it came recommended by the tour company!
Located in central Delhi amidst lush green lawns, ...
... I don't know if it was water from the pool, but I didn't care to try to find out. At times I felt I could have been in Brampton or maybe Surrey! Having retrieved by shoes and socks I returned to the car and we headed for a Hindu shrine, the Birla Mandir, built in 1938 by a wealthy industrialist and dedicated to Lakshmi, goddess of wealth, and Narayana, the preserver. It was dedicated by Gandhi on condition that people of all castes, including ...
... humble sort of chap and he founded the actual Bahá'í faith. His followers were persecuted in Iran and still are to this day. He was locked up too and after his death his son took over aaaand at what point does a cult become an actual, recognised religion?!
They believe that everyone is the same regardless of race, colour or gender and all major ...
... some lovely Indian people who spoke really good English. Our reason for being in Delhi was to try and get a Ghanaian visa so that we can visit Ghana in May. Unfortunately we were unable to get one so we are drawing up another plan for the back end of our adventure. Whilst in Delhi I sampled the best Indian food I have had so far. Chicken Tikka and Chicken Tikka masala (the same but masala ...
... to the chaos of Delhi. Forget the road line markings, two lanes become three and four lanes and even the footpath gets its fair share of motor traffic. Forget the indicator the only way to show your intention is to hit the horn - often! The taxi driver, seeing we were obviously uncomfortable in the traffic, announced that he had the three things necessary for our safe passage; good brakes, good horn and good luck. We were immediately relieved that our ...