Hotel Mohan International
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cook/ housekeeper Saga, showering, nattering and getting ready for our first outing. Arun collected us about 1 and we headed up to the Lodi Gardens, an oasis of green with lots of local families enjoying picnics and a veritable horde of schoolgirls on an outing all in splendid green uniforms. Within the gardens there are many 15 and 16th century monuments and we visited two - first the tomb of Sikander Lodi set within a huge courtyard, and then the Shish Gumbad ("large dome"). Both ...
... line-height: normal;">We were hit with balmy humid air and a chaotic crescendo of noise pollution as we exited the terminal. We joined the queue at the prepaid taxi ticket booth. A friendly local gent gave us the scoop, "Just give them your name and destination, pay at the window, then hop in the assigned black/yellow taxis waiting on the curb." It was smooth as butter and half the price of a hotel arranged pick-up.
... The hostel Smyle Inn was actually pretty nice! We had a nice big bed and a bathroom...what more could you possibly need?! OH and Wifi! We went to sleep ready and excited for our next day!! We were going to the Taj Mahal The Taj is located in Agra, India so we had a 5 hour drive there and back! So it was an all day event. We fell asleep to the sound of people yelling, setting off fire crackers, and dogs barking outside our window. We're in India!
... 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 ...
... most of the time seems like a battle to take the stage and shout over one another. We have witnessed countless arguments where hands being flayling around making all sorts of gestures. It is incredibly tedious that almost all conversations are lengthy and argumentative. It's never, hi, here are these guys, they need a taxi- ok, no worries thanks. It almost always becomes a debate and shouting match. 99% of Women ride motorbikes sidesaddle whist on the back and often craddling ...