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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... group for our tour of Rajasthan. A great bunch of people from the US, Australia and UK who would be our extended family for the next fortnight, so without further a do we all went out for a tasty curry and a chance to get to know each other.
The next morning, ahead of the crowds, we took the metro in to Old Delhi again and had a great wander around the streets as the city woke up. We visited the Mosque, Gudwara, lots of little shops and alleys as well as ...
... dead bodies or human body parts on the train! But once on board it is clean and safe and appears to be a good way for tourists to see the city, avoiding the possibility of being ripped off by taxi rickshaws drivers. There are a few stations within walking distance, albeit not the easiest walks! To the right of the hotel are blocks of streets and alleyways that make up the district of Karol Bagh. Despite the grid layout it is easy to get lost amongst ...
... there. Heading back into town, we watched the river Laundry in action. Numerous people washing & dying shawls. They were then spread out on the sand banks to dry. It wasn't clear exactly were they were getting them from. Some talk of sons of them coming from the dead bodies been cremated near the river. They were then been sorted into piles for distributing to various shops. We got to take in a Bollywood movie one of the evenings too, Dhoom:3 . Good but slightly weird as it's not ...
... only white people surrounded by locals. So you could see us from miles away. The train was on time.. And very confused on where to go, we boarded. Ups! Not the right cabin. It was dark, and people were running like crazy and screaming to get a place on the train. Yikes! What's going on here...? A man pointed us in to a different cabin. We had to walk to several, before we found our seats(beds). A lot better then what we ...
... all manner of scams in the vicinity of the station. Still, the whole place was incredibly busy and chaotic, full of people wanting to carry our luggage (for a fee, not to steal it) or take us to our hotel via rickshaw (for a fee). And we'd been warned not to trust people who offered directions, because they were likely part of a scam. And, as I mentioned, we started in the wrong building. So it took us ages to find the foreigners' ...