Hotel Pearl Plaza
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... been amazing buildings in their time but all the monuments are run down, suffering from lack of care, pollution and people. But still beautiful in their own way with amazing carvings and remnants of coloured tilework. And everywhere we went we were surrounded by small chipmunk like animals scampering about. Must find out what they are!
After a stop for refreshments we paid a quick visit to the Khan Market for some shopping - a map of the region for our Geographers and some ...
... India is that it's very hot and you have to cover up in all public places including shoulders and knees so when we got too hot we decided to continue to 'House Kahz'. We found that throughout the first part of the day, when visiting the world heritage sites, many people were asking to take photos with us and eventually many people didn't ask but blatantly held cameras in our face our got their family member to sit next to us and pose for a picture, which started to get quite ...
... interesting was our rickshaw tour of Old Delhi – an area called Chandni Chowk which is a mass of narrow streets bustling with motorbikes, rickshaws and pedestrians. The shops are full of the most wonderful and colourful goods and, as always, it was bedlam - but hugely exciting.
We’d discussed at length, before I left home, about not drinking the tap water etc so I couldn’t believe what I’d done when I got into bed ...
... s 17 million residents buying nuts and trinkets for s big celebration on sunday. It's divawli and like our Christmas. Fireworks are bought snd used by everyone. Hope everyone is well.sorry no photos and such a short write up. Fingers crossed I ca send it. Love ...
... jump all the time. A blatantly long queue, you'll
reach the front and then people will just turn up at the counter
either side of you and put their money through the hatch first to get
their tickets, what a cheek! Difficult not to get ruffled when we're
so accustomed to waiting so politely in line! So long as you shout
the loudest you'll get your ticket first (damn straight!). Also women
don't have to queue apparently and there are even separate ladies