South Indian Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Aug. One day before my train. Now my everyday counting of remaining
days ended. Atlast 30 Aug 2014
came. I am going to Sonamarg for
training. My mother told me to be safe at border. When I heard that. I laughed and laughed. I told her.
I am not going to border. I am
going to Sonamarg where army Instructors will give us training with army men.
That’s it. And after saying goodbye to
everyone in my family I started my ...
... just show up and pay for entry so on, you have to pre hire a jeep, then a driver which means there isn't actually enough seats in the jeep to fit us all in. Then there's Rajesh, we would of had to leave him outside the park as he couldn't have fitted in the jeep which would of been completely unfair. The cost for foreigners was so expensive and we were told it's unlikely we would see anything other than wild bore and cows, which we see in the streets for free.. You can ...
... the neighborhood.
As the tour of Dwarka 19 ended, I said "You know, it took me a while, but I think I am really beginning to like India."
Standing along side a field of trash next to what really amounts to an open sewer, one of the young men answered, "I love India."
And there you have it.
... about the sights in more detail but really, Delhi is about feeling these key things: dust, crowds and vibrant colours, the sounds- noisy noisy roads where sounding your horn probably earns you better salaries, the alternating smell of urine and incense and delicious, spicy street food. Most importantly here's the road hierarchy for anyone who doesn't know: number 1 is the cow who can wander at will in whatever direction without being hit, next is the car, next comes the ...
... Slight issue with not having been given a ticket but luckily my name was on the list so I just showed my passport and it seemed fine thank god. I'm doing some volunteer work in Jaipur for 3 weeks so am looking forward to that but also slightly nervous as I'm not sure what to expect. It will be nice to have a base for a few weeks too as I've been on the go constantly since I arrived here! Someone should be meeting me at the other end so once I get picked up I'll be able to relax a ...