Hotel Raunak International

4/38, W. E. A. Krishna Market, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 2 star hotel
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Indian culture shock!

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22


... for a bit to observe and then got stuck in teaching some English words. All the children seemed very enthusiastic to start but with 30 children in a room 10 ft x 10ft it soon got hectic. The teacher left me for an hour by myself and they went wild, I had absolutely no authority because they had no idea what I was saying so were jumping off tables throwing chairs and fighting. I had no toys or supplies to work with so ended up ignoring them unless they wanted to sit ...

Happy Dewali!

A travel blog entry by emandtim


... Tim, I and our new found danish friend on the other hand was jumping high up in the air every time a fire cracker went of next to us..I think the locals had a pretty good time watching us:)

we have now spent a few days in Delhi and started to find our way around a little. we've been looking at the bigh tourist attractions like the red forth, India gate, the zoo, humayuns tomb, the Lotus temple, the ...

Can I find the birds?

A travel blog entry by pigsfoot


... hung together and he showed me lots more stuff than I would ever have seen. Spotted owls, magpie robins, golden oriels, red backed woodpeckers and lotsa ducks. He was like a little mouse running around: "come, come, come... take picture NOW" "there up in tree, no, no, no,,,in centre" He was really helpful - of course - I expected to pay and at 15 he was a bargain.

had 2 hours with ...


A travel blog entry by hayleyford


... After 2 days in Dehli we took the overnight train (20 hours) to Jaisalmer. Again I was expecting this experience to be horrendous but it was fine. The train station was literally as I had imagined - as it is in films - over crowded, smelly, people walking over the train tracks and a lot of noise. It was a great experience. Leaving Dehli we passed by some slum where the locals were playing cricket next to the tracks or just generally 'hanging out'. ...

Delhi and Guru Nanak's Birthday.

A travel blog entry by nievesjordan


... know more about them but the lack of a common language made it impossible. A man told me that sometimes poor people spend the night in the mosque that offers them a safe and free place to be.
Another morning I went to the Red Fort. When I was there years ago, I was not impressed, I thought that was not well taken care of, it was just a remembrance of past glory. But I decided I should give it another chance and so my driver parked the car in the parking lot and ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Chandni Chowk, Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), and Connaught Place.
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