Nirula's Noida Hotel
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... would've been the end of our journey together. Luke does NOT share drinks! He then concluded he liked it and we bought him one (while he still kept eating ours while waiting for his!!). Ah, good times. Oh Salim... :) He thanked us and said it was his first ever donut!
After a looong day of sightseeing, we then headed to the bazaars - wow! Colours, bangles, saris everywhere! We bartered for a bit and got overwhelmed by too many choices haha (uh-oh, Mel had to make ...
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Amber fort to Jaipur city is a straight road and easy to approach.
We had our lunch at 'Natraj' restaurant (on MI road). ...
Our second day in Delhi and what do we do? We wake up at 3 in the morning, because apparently we have a serious case of jetlag. Yes we woke up at 3 in the morning and we were super bored. The breakfast buffet started at 6 but we were super hungry and luckily they had a 24/7 restaurant. We could only order off the menu so we had Bhiriyani (vegetable fried rice), Aloo Gobi (potato ...
... the musicians to put down their shirts!Some of the crowd were getting quite hysterical, shouting and head-banging, maybe atoning for their sins. And the rest of the crowd were begging...lots of begging!There is an assumption that tourists can afford to give beggars money. Yes, we can afford 10 rupees but remember the size of the population...we can't afford to give money to everyone who asks. Of course, each beggar has his own plight and I can understand why they ask and expect us ...