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This morning we spent a fair amount of time trying to undo the results of Russians hacking into our e-mail account which was made more complicated than normal as Kate's phone does not work out here but she does get the internet. We have no idea why this is but hey ho! Eventually using both our tablets we were up and running again. The next item was to try and source a pair of trousers somewhere in Delhi to replace the ones ruined by the hotel ...
... or was it just typical India bureaucratic overkill as we were not coming from a virulent country, and certainly we did not get any issues like this on our transit in Doha. Thereby ensued queues after queues for passport control. There was a real buzz of noise in the hall, resigned acceptance of inevitable airport bureaucratic controls, but friendly chatter between locals and a wide variety of Westies from across Europe and beyond as we all ...
... ground of the biggest Mosquitos ever! Think baby DaddyLong legs ) and some temples. Took a tour of the palace which was well neglected and badly in need if some care. There's the original part and the welcome palace section, which has a small government run hotel in it. Didn't think much of the hotel and as we had some food and it took forever. Even my toast order was the last thing to arrive. Yes at this stage the Delhi Belly came back, it really is awful stuff!! The Welcome ...
... proper cricket ground, located in Greater Noida Sports Complex. It appears to be part of the Uttar Pradesh state cricket system and may even be a first class ground. It is a newish place, maybe only five years old. There is a grandstand with offices and change rooms, training nets and the field is fully enclosed by a fence. It is a proper cricket ground. However like everything else in India things are less than perfect, the change rooms are ...
... of his establishment.
On the far side of Connaught Place, we found Palika Bazaar, a cramped, subterranean shopping mall jam-packed with tiny stores. Again we got practically mobbed from all sides as the clerks smelled green tourists and tried to wave their wares in our faces. Arvin practised his haggling skills and bought a pair of sunglasses (for way too many rupees) and a sweater (for what in Canada would be a pretty good deal). ...
Other places to stay in Noida
L-2, Sector 18, Noida | Hotel
- Radisson Noida
C Block, Sector 55, Noida | 4 star hotelfrom $95
Block I, Plot 1A, Noida | 4 star hotelfrom $93
C - 1, Sector 18, Noida | 3 star hotelfrom $77
A - 79a, Noida | 3 star hotelfrom $97
C-135, Sector - 2, Noida | Hotelfrom $38
Hotel P.K. Residency B - 2, Noida | Hotelfrom $41
G - 43, Noida | Hotelfrom $36
Golf Course Road, A-1, Sector - 35 (Morna), Noida | Hotelfrom $34
B-272, Noida | Hotelfrom $35
L-2 Sector 18, Noida | 4 star hotelfrom $116
14/1 Opp Botanical Garden Metro Station, Noida | Hotelfrom $58
C-30/4 Sector - 62, Noida | Hotelfrom $45