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... to compare to Ben Gurion Air Port, and you can guess why :)
I would have no complaints about the food in Nepal, if i wouldn't have gotten sick from it :), but getting out of the airport and seeing a big "COSTA COFFEE" sign (which i first met in Barcelona) felt a little more like getting to Europe rather then to a third world country.
Seeing proper cars, manufactured by a company other ...
... br> Now with most rickshaw drivers offering a low price , there is a catch . This one was to go into 3 shops where he would get commission. We agreed only because we had time to kill BUT the shops were all so expensive and no surprise when the only customers were Westerners! After the second shop - still cant find a T shirt ! - I firmly told the driver - No More shops just take us to C.P) which he did and off we went to explore.
Everyone we have spoken to about ...
Location: Mumbai Airport Terminal 1 4am
So, after a 9 hour flight we finally made it to India. We had plenty of room on the plane which was worrying in itself because it makes you wonder why you and only a handful of other people want to fly to India? Well we shortly found out! But before we landed we had a good flight, great film selection and excellent food. There was only two small incidents; 1) I accidently flicked my elastic band from ...
... auch dabei und ein junger, sympathischer Guide.Alle sind ziemlich müde von der Anreise, aber wir gehen noch essen. Ein
Dhal Makhani (schwarze Linsen) und ein Naan für mich. Lecker,
lecker...wenn auch nicht scharf genug. Ich sitze bei Katie und
Maddie, beide aus Australien und in meinem Alter und mein 1.
positiver Eindruck bestätigt sich. Dann gehts aber ab ins Bett,
damit wir fit sind für Sightseeing Delhi die 2.Old Delhi Walking Tour. Vorher in ...
... see some of the fabulous birds of India. Mynah birds are everywhere, along with two common species of bright green parakeets. This was also our first peek at the Indian construction industry, which seems to employ women as laborers--usually carrying small quantities of mud or concrete in baskets on their heads. They don't seem at all concerned about getting mud on their colorful saris. To us these women appeared to be dressed ...