South Indian Hotel
Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... University has 20,000 students on 1058 acres and it costs the students $500 per year. 42% are women today who attend University. It takes three years for a bachelor and two years for your masters. Varanasi has a 87% literacy rate. India has 1600 dialects and languages and 300 Americans attend this university every year but they pay more. It is known for medicine and agriculture at this University. Indian has the best mangos in the world with ...
... a late night and caught a short but good sleep. Morning came earlier than I wanted but it was our last day in India and we had a full day planned of touring and looking at markets. Tessa had to leave the hotel by 8 pm to fly back and my flight was at 3:30 am which meant leaving at midnight so no point going to sleep. We hired a driver to get us around this large city, Gurjeet, and he was as good as a proper tour guide. They differentiate here between guide ...
... to beg and cows are still lazily sitting on the streets. India is known for the sacred reverence of their cows. You can go to jail if you hit a cow. Interesting enough, all these cows know their way home at the end of the day!
Our evening was very special with Shafi’s family. Ata, his son, was just married 6 months ago and we celebrated their joy. There was a lot of laughter, stories of the days tour groups visited Kashmir ...
... even have the service book so it would appear all is good. The new bars are fitted and I just need to bolt on the brush guards and a few stickers and we're all set. Mr Evans is having a little napette so thought I'd type out a few lines before heading out in search of a 'start him off gently'' curry. I've also attached some photos of ARC motors so that I can remember what it looks like - I won't be going back!
After erasing and re-writing this many times, the truth is, we have no words to convey exactly how we feel, i have been searching through my vocabulary for adjectives and superlatives that could perhaps describe the emotions we've felt in the last 30 hours and cant, the best I can do is give you an insight with our stories so that you can imagine... My first taste of India was "queuing" up in Abu Dhabi airport to board our flight to Delhi, I had just the time ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking