Sheraton New Delhi
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... that the scam we faced was
originally a nocturnal scam, which has moved into the daylight.
Following a shower and a pause to relive the scam that could
have been, we headed to the largest temple in India the Swaminarayan Akshardhan.
Unfortunately, we have no photos to share as cameras are not allowed within the
premises, but the whole place is unique. From the manicured gardens, to the
gold plated statues of various deities, the place is definitely a ...
... it to the main line station unscathed and joined a fresh melee looking for the right ticket window. Whilst standing in what seemed to be the right queue, guess what? A very friendly chap appeared and advised us that he was Deepak Kumar Sharma, the station master. He was, of course nothing of the sort. This was our 2nd taste of the Indian Rope Trick. However he did look the part, was most charming and a had a convincing air of authority. ...
... tended crops, bullocks pulling ploughs, sari-clad women working the fields or up to their waists in swamp-like pools doing something with the crops, dhobi-wallahs washing clothes by beating them on the banks of a rather polluted-looking river and then squalid hovels alongside the railway on the approach to Delhi.
On the train itself, every seat was taken – we were travelling in 3AC-CC (3rd class air-conditioned with chairs). The coach style chairs were ...
... I never get bored of them, I could of spend literally a whole day at this one except for the fact that bartering for everything you buy gets so tiresome and annoying. Especially in the stifling midday heat when you realise your arguing over the sake of 50p it's all a bit of a waste of time for everyone involved. Although, that 50p for them means a lot more than does it for us, so really I mostly just end up paying a bit more than maybe I could because I feel bad. The problem is ...
... in the centre of New Delhi and only a few minutes walk from the train station. For our first two nights here it was just what we needed. Clean, comfortable with hot water and a flushing toilet. Heaven! After dumping our bags we headed out onto the street for some real Indian grub. We found a great little cafe that served, you guessed it, Curry! We really pushed the boat out with this dinner too, spending a whooping £1.20 between us! And the food ...