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... of the country, think again but I will come to that later.
We arrived at our hotel in and duly fell asleep, probably after too much champers on the plane! Upon waking we headed for the pool as the weather was nice with the sun breaking through the smog. The Taj Mahal is a great hotel that offers Chinese, Japenese, and contempory Indian cuisine. ...
... from this place forever. Today in Delhi near the end of my journey in India I’ve started thinking how this country is similar to Brazil. A vast country, rich in natural resources, which still has unspoiled beauty and preserve assets so carefully, that strongly resists keep their ancestral cultures and philosophies in the midst of so much poverty and so huge social and economic differences. And the way these people face the most essential problems of lives with a big ...
... majestic forts - which was evident in our city tour today. Salim made us stop at a famous Lassiwala which is famous for its traditional lassi drinks. We were a bit dubious to drink one, as we saw the fermented yoghurt floating in a clay cup of liquid...and it was just a street stall...but Salim had so kindly bought one for us and he looked so happy, that we couldn't say no. Said a little prayer and it actually tasted delicious!
We wanted to stop for lunch at a place ...
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 ...
The dentist office the size of a broom closet wasn't as fancy as my US Weekly-filled waiting room on 5th Avenue, but it was just as immaculate. With Bon Jovi playing in the background, the feeling of settling into the dentist chair loathed by many was just as familiar. Opening wide wasn't exactly what Adam and I had in mind for a festive Christmas Eve night, but we were behind on our semi-annual check up by 6 months. In addition, given the orgy I had with multiple rolls ...