Hotel Raunak International
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... make China look clean, but so far I've been positively surprised. Yes you have to mind where you step so you don't put your foot into a great big piile of cow dung, and yes there's trash in the gutters and yes everything is a little dusty - but it could be much worse (at least so far)
And there's more sunshine here than you get in Beijing or Chongqing during summer. The heat isn't too bad either. It is warm and humid and I sweat like a pig, but I don't ...
... certainly fresh! After our long walk around the old city we headed to Raj Ghat.
This is where Mahatma Gandhi remains are buried. It is a simple monument to reflect the simple and peaceful life that he chose to live.
We were not able to stop and look at India Gate, a memorial to the 90,000 Indians that died serving in WWI, because the security has been increased during the preparation for the ...
... of men. Apparently, it's become quite common in many countries (India, Egypt, Iran) to segregate metro cars by sex due to past problems. That night we had dinner at the Imperial Palace Hotel, a picturesque British Colonial spot with antique furniture, black and white pictures and gorgeous marble hallways.This was our last meal in India before boarding our early morning flights and heading back to the USA. Hard to believe 3 weeks flew by so ...
So today was our first full day in Delhi. Me and my friend Alex picked Anna up from the airport as me and Anna couldn't get the same flight over and then our private driver took us back to the Appartment for a nap and a shower and all that jazz (freshen up up up). We then visited a lovely little market in the nearby area and went for an amazing posh dinner (it was posh but cheap for what we know) and cocktails (my fave 1.60 a drink!!! I ...
... with 52 working ‘Ghats’, in one of which Ghandi’s ashes are scattered. By pure coincidence, we were there on the great man’s birthday, which he happened to share with Emily.
We spent Emily and Ghandi’s birthday catching the sunrise from hilltop temple, and strolling around Lake Pushkar (where we were accosted a Pushkar Preist, bargained with for blessings, splashed with radioactive green water, and given the obligatory ...