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... with a slight bow and hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointing upwards, thumbs close to the chest. This gesture is called Añjali Mudrā or Pranamasana. In Hinduism it means "I bow to the divine in you". The basics "yes" "no" and "very good" were also practiced and he presented us with a business card with his details incase we needed anything. We collected our bags and searched for our "G Adventures" tour guide to collect us and take us ...
Finally had a long sleep again, which my body obviously needed and appreciated. I took an electric Tuk-Tuk to the Agra Cant railway station. At the station, trying to find my platform, two kids constantly followed me and pulled on my big backpack asking for money. On the platform I met a student from Jaipur, with whom I had a nice chat again. So far, Indian people have been extremely friendly to me (at least as far as I understood what they said ;-) ). ...
... New Delhi station, which is 15km away". Having played this song and dance number before, we walk away to try calling the hotel directly for a pick up. Of course the number doesn't work so we head back into the station chaos to get some clarification. To our surprise the driver was right, as we confirmed that we are indeed, not at the right station. A bit embarrassed by my earlier actions, we walk back out, hoping not to see the same tuk tuk driver. We get approached ...
... the next two hours we are gradually doled out our tickets for next day's flight. Then all of the sudden there's movement and we're being whisked outside to the prepaid taxi stand. One of us has to pay for the taxis, but the coordinator assures us that person will reimbursed at the hotel. Fine, I'll pay. It's like $7 for all three.
As we're being loaded into the taxis, I ask what hotel are we going to?
"Air India hotel."
My new ...
... seats. We drove along Marine Drive rightly called Queen’s Necklace. The lights across C- shaped 4.3km stretch of coastline, if viewed at night from an elevated point, looks like a shining necklace. Cool breeze, comparatively less traffic and a spectacular sight of the majestic scenic necklace was breathtaking.
We rode across Regal Circle often called SP Mukherjee Chowk. Regal Circle is Gateway to Kala Ghoda Art ...
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