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... a few under restoration -women in full saris carrying baskets of rubble on their heads while beefy men with radios looked on - but as Delhi's premier tourist site it looked so sad. In fact it may well have been in better condition thirty years ago. India perhaps you need to spend your space programme money on preserving your heritage I was left thinking. By now we were sight seeing exhausted and had been convinced that a taxi tour of Rajastan was a reasonable ...
... ones shouting out ''Banana's five for a Euroooo!!''. When we looked out the window we saw it was bin collection day, but as nobody seems to know how to use one, the locals proceed to throw their rubbish straight off their balcony's aiming for the open truck below. And as so many had such a bad aim, the feck'n street was dirtier than when they arrived! We tried to make up for the day before sightseeing but on getting to the Red Fort, one of Delhi's ...
cheap and budget hotels are available at central delhi like hotel Indraprastha , situated in the center of Delhi, next to karol bagh metro station, the main biggest market ajmal khan road is next door walking distance, place is bustling with the activities through out the day and number of International and regional restaurants are available next door also you may find a good Bar too, the approach is direct on the main road and all rooms are air conditioned
... many were linked to the Embassy, the American school and international companies, but the more fascinating stories were the ones working in non-governmental organizations. These are the deeper stories, the people that have moving tales of India. This are those that are here because they want to make a difference and to help and have an impact on the lives of the locals, particularly the less fortunate. I admire them and their altruistic life and commend their efforts ...
... effect. Stating the obvious really... The announcement continued... For a long time.
Knowing where we were after checking our map, we opted on walking back to the hotel. This didn't quite work out. After attempting to take some shortcuts, we ended up doing a full semicircle and returning to the same road that we had left, walking back to the hotel where we had just eaten! It was certainly a day (yet again) for not knowing quite where we were ...