Silver Ferns Hotel
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I awoke early again for another sunrise- not quite as good as the day before and there were no entertaining squirrels but still lovely and peaceful.
Lazy morning enjoying the luxury of the hotel then some last shopping.
I was seriously tempted by some of the beautiful jewellery being sold in the hotel but eventually just bought a small elephant.
Boat trip back to the wharf and then a very upscale transfer to ...
... have prepared us for the reality. Having shunned the services of a porter asking for 200 rupees, we managed somehow to heave our heavy suitcases down from the overhead racks and onto the platform (with not inconsiderable effort) only to find ourselves in a solid mass of humanity making its way in what we hoped to be the right direction. We were beginning to wish that we had accepted his
offer of help, but we hadn't bargained with the stairs, where yet more people converged to form ...
... the market so in the end I couldn't keep saying no and gave in. She expertly threaded the coloured strings together at an incredible speed and attached the letters of my name and it no time I had a personalised bracelet! I held my hand out for her to tie it on and she wrapped it around so tight I swear she was trying to amputate it. Afterwards she persisted to ask for food and more money, she was so adorable we couldn't resist so we gave her some walkers crisps which we ...
... and drinks). (We ended up here again the second night in Delhi, since we knew it was good and safe to eat).
Day two in Delhi was a bit busier - went to the Himayumun's Tomb which was beautiful (and peaceful) and then to the Craft Museum, which was interesting, but probably not worth the difficulty getting there (via the National Museum and Art Gallery/Museum - the driver just heard the word "museum" and thought he'd try them all). Saw India Gate on the ...
... own yoga guru who was quite inspiring who taught us a lot and it felt so good to be practicing yoga every day ! We headed back to haridwar for a night before the train to Delhi and went on a cool gondola up a mountain to realize that the top was a Hindu temple ..and after being pushed through with the crowds of Hindus being blessed with red orange powder on our foreheads and then demanded money. . We were happy to be out a there ! Back ...