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... often happens when I am close to my lowest ebb. It never happens when I am chilled and feeling very secure with myself.
'Why give him more than the agreed price?' said my alter ego.
'I feel sorry for him. It's not the 2km I suspected and he was right. I should pay more,' said I.
'It was his choice. He doesn't need your pity,' spat my alter ego. ****** or what?
'But he's poor he needs ...'
'Oh you arrogant ****. Don't be such prick,' butted in my alter ...
... consider it good luck to visit and worship here and sure enough there were a few young-un’s paying their respects. You have to take your shoes off to enter the temple which worried us a bit and luckily we all had socks on so at least they’d have to chew through our smelly socks first! This temple is certainly not for the squeamish, as soon as you enter the gate you are greeted by loads of manky rats all running around by your feet and apparently ...
... Salim ready for a whole day of sightseeing. First, we saw the Pink City and strolled the streets. We were stopped by school children who just wanted to know our names and look at us!! We also stopped to see how people were making flower lei's by the side of the road and they gave me a pretty flower to put in my hair! Then it was onto the Hawa Mahal, also known as the 'Wind Palace'. It's called this because it was designed and built to create natural air flow throughout the ...
... and show us what do, as it involved getting into the airport as a visitor and that wasn't straight forward due to the strict Indian security measures.
20 minutes later we were back at the hotel after buying two bottles of Penfolds red wine in the airport shop for a lot more than we would have paid for back in the UK but probably still cheaper than Delhi hotel prices.
As we had red wine in our room we decided to have room service dining and ordered ourselves one butter ...
We had arranged to spend 2 extra nights in Delhi to enable us to have time with our niece and her wonderful family in Gurgaon.
After we checked into the Radisson Blu we contacted them that we were there, the response was "we are on our way". Unfortunately, I neglected to tell my niece that there we were at the Radisson in Dwarda and not Gurgaon. OOPS!
After a bit of time they arrived and greetings were ...