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... areas). The drive in from the airport (about 20km) was just as expected - manic traffic, masses of rather ramshackle building work, miles of roadside shanties and stalls selling every conceivable ware, and rubbish and dust everywhere. The rainy season has only just ended and it's fairly cool (mid high 20s during the day and much cooler at night) so it's hard to imagine what it must be like when the temperature goes up. Iz has a splendid apartment and we were soon settling in, ...
Today was, as the title describes, the kind of day you could associate with a triple layer cake with double cream chocolate sprinkles and a cherry on top. After a blissful night sleep and a short breakfast we headed over to Delhi city centre to see the world heritage site 'Humayuns tomb' and on the way there Rijesh our driver showed us the Staidum that held the common wealth games in 2010. Humayuns tomb was a beautiful gigantic ground of garden and greenery, filled with ancient ...
... the bathroom & bedroom? – but there is a blind to protect one’s modesty if you’re sharing!!
We had lunch which was buffet style, as were breakfast and dinner. There was a huge array of foods to choose from but pretty much all of it was extremely spicy.
Tipping is very widespread but a 100 Rupee note is considered perfectly acceptable (£1.00).
The rest of the group are much my age – mainly ...
... cows; had a cup of sweet beautiful chai with a street vendor who laughed at our jokes but spoke no English (which is why he laughed at our jokes); every one we've met has warned us to be on the lookout from everyone else who will be trying to rip us off; watched a dad and his little boy play cricket in a vacant lot watched only by two mournful cows and the two of us; mentioned Brett Lee's name and the fact that we are from the ...
... on the left btw) is a social and physiologically necessary pastime. Social in the sense that people are just talking, and clearly the best place for someone to relieve his bladder. No rest areas here folks. We arrived to Master Guest House around 10PM. A lovely little sanctuary. Our room is well appointed. The bathroom carries a whole bunch of special rules, which I will not get into here. Eric insists that we ...