Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
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... she will also open her arms wide with a warm Namaste.
Our journey began with the uncontrolled chaos that is Delhi. After a restless night, we gave into the jetlag and began our search for a way out at 5am. One scam followed another, misinformation abounded and just when it seemed we either had to pay an ungodly bus fare to escape her clutches (a scam) or wait for a train to free up in a week's time (misinformation), we learned we could ...
... shopkeepers ready for unsuspecting tourists. Coincidently, we passed a few western looking faces, in this 'secret passage', some of whom had been lured into the glittering traps. We did not succumb and made it to the terrace where indeed the view was much better. A quick pic was taken and we hurried back down to continue the tour. As we turned down the next narrow alley, a friendly local at Jantar Mantar recommended going to see elephants at elephant village as it was free just ...
... a camel ride, to which we said thanks but no thanks, and then he tried to flog us some weed, which we also said thanks but no thanks.
We touched a part of the bazaar en route to the temple before heading down a dirt track towards the temple hill. It was a hot walk down this track which then came out onto a road bit that had some small shops by the side of it. There were some young Indian kids who asked us if we had any sweets, we didn't but decided to see what ...
... display of flowers. The exhibit was beyond my expectations; I couldn't contain my excitement. For 200 rupees extra (just over $3), my husband's birthday dinner table had been transformed into a botanical wonderland. So gorgeous was the setting, I was embarrassed to hang a Happy Birthday sign under the strings of vibrant margolds. Shivani insisted I hang my comparatively subpar decor (in my defense, the nearest Target is nearly 8,000 miles). For once, I met someone in the ...
... Mum of the house milked the buffalo, and kept the warming ginger chai flowing. Breakfast was some really thick chappaties painted with melted buffalo ghee with a yoghurt mixed with chilli and garlic which had been ground on a stone to an orange paste, to dip them into, served with warm sweet buffalo milk. It was absolutely delicious. After visiting all the other families, we all had a look at the site for a new school that will be built when there is ...