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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... were going to love the food as much as we did. We certainly didn’t. It’s not really our go to food for dining out at home. Ever. So we never expected that we would end up having a relationship with our food much the same way we did with Chai. Dosa for breakfast with coconut chutney, more curries with rice and chapati for lunch and even more for dinner, maybe throw in a raita and we had perfect soul food. It was also food to help grow our ever-expanding ...
... efficient; it's just a train but I love train travel.
First thing the following morning I looked for a rickshaw to take me to the the Red Fort. I could have walked the two kilometres but it would just result in a sweaty loss of too much fluid. It was stinking hot. I bargained hard with a driver. He wanted two hundred rupees I was only prepared to pay fifty - an appropriate fee for 2 km. He argued if it is two kilometres I can have the ride for free - 'that's an ...
... I've never tasted a curry like it and don't even know what it was haha...our waiter then came and offered us a pudding for free which is a little ball that tasted like a mini donut in maple syrup so good!!
We then went and explored a different area of night bazaar and I ended up buying a Saree which I love. 1st day in India and already have a saree!! However it doesn't come with instructions on how to wear it so as soon ...
... and continue finding new dishes. The places we visited with always remain with us, and we absolutely loved India. I feel no doubt in saying that it is the most fascinating country I have ever visited. It is also home to a lot of suffering, ugliness and sadness. At times, we were fed up with the crowds, excessive noise, pushing, shoving, overnight transportation and overall craziness. For the most part however, ...
... says goodbye burning my skin and deafening my ears with her blast. A voice at the migration desk monotonously repeats "Thanks for visiting India" I don't want to alert them. They might think I'll leave its borders but I'm secretly staying here for ever. The best way to summarize this journey was already written. Arundathi Roy, a great indian writer put in words what this journey meant to me: