Park Plaza Noida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... in great company of 10 friendly Indians, among which a young couple and an older one with their 27-yr old son on holidays with them. We lost track of the five youngsters however. The taxi left us quite far from our destination and we had to walk in the heat for more than an hour before we hit a flooded part of the road on our way to the heliport. We had three ways to cross this hurdle. We could walk through it for 15-20 minutes with water to our knees, the walk another hour to ...
... a bit of sleep, though sitting next to the toilets did mean that this was slightly disturbed. However, we made good time and landed in Delhi safe and sound. The same cannot be said for any insects that may have been travelling with us, as the plane was sprayed with insecticide on landing. I never thought I'd hear a flight attendant say "Cabin crew: commence spraying!" nor did I think I would see said cabin crew stomping down the aisles ...
... As usual catches go begging but we hold a few as well and keep the score down to 239 off 40 overs. Our best bowling and fielding performance so far and all done with a team of walking wounded.
Morrie and comeback king Frank are to open. The plan is to go slowly as Frank can’t run. First ball Morrie plays tip and run and Frank is run (walked?) out without facing a ball. Frank’s rotten luck continues.
... wouldnt give up until he found it ! Which he did!
You can sit in different areas , we went Premier seating , just 250 rupees ( about £2.80) Bargain compared to home !!! You cant take a lot of stuff in , no camera, laptop, tobacco, matches, lighter - there were more items but Di hid her ciggies in her trousers and Martin hid his lighter outside-
In we went and the movie was brilliant , I did sit next to an idiot who had his mobile on , it rang , he ...
... we did this in a bit of a rush. As such, we don’t have too much to say about it, but it is one of the must-see’s in New Delhi.
Day 4 (July 1st, 2012):
- Happy Canada Day! (nothing Canadian to do in India)
- Tried to go to the Tibetan Market today via metro, but was conned into a Rickshaw ride for only 20 rupees!! Too cheap to be true? Right you are.
- We were informed that MARKETS ARE CLOSED SUNDAYS ...