South Indian Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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They're more expensive than buses, dirtier than taxis, only friendly until you say 'no' and speak English very well until the subject of getting your change is brought up.
... with Haku running around with the monkeys, street dogs, and the cows. Drinking chai at the Gopal’s chai shop on the market, a fruit juice from Sonu, and losts of shopping! As I am about the leave this area of the world soon, I loved to take with me some Indian items that will bring a smile to my face when I see and use them later. As I am not a shopping person at all…. Lulu proved to be a great partner in crime. Thanks lady for the patience ...
... are ruminants of British Rule in India. We drove slowly past the India Gate but couldn't stop and go close to it because the access was blocked off, due to demonstrations that had been held there. The next stop was in a very large shopping area which with many recognizable store names with goods for sale at discount prices. We arrived back at our hotel about six o'clock, exhausted. We are still adjusting to the 11.5 hour time difference from ...
... a hotel room. No, it's not fraud. Several security questions later and the account is unblocked. I suppose they are looking after the account but it's odd they think it's fraud just because we used our card and it has definitely caused a lot if hassle. It's now 9.30am, no time for breakfast now, we need to get moving. We head for the Metro where we purchase a three day pass for Rs300 (£3) each. We are heading for Humayun's Tomb: three stops on the yellow line then change for two ...
... a very interesting afternoon.
We ate "dominoes" pizza, which in India has a really amazing cheesy layer inside the dough. Maybe its everywhere but it was the first time we had seen it.
When it came time for our train to Varanassi, Sunny dropped us down at the main station and we made our way through the security checks to our sleeper carriage. We found our beds for the night which were in the centre of a stack of 3 bunk beds and settled in for the night but not before ...