The Wall Street - A Business Hotel
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... thali,lassi a caj mi spravili😄. Dva balíčky orieskov a mala pepsi bolo od vcera večera malo. Ale dojedol som tanickine susené jabĺčka. To thali bolo super. Potom som sa trochu presiel, okrem par kramov nič. Na večeru som si dal konečne ryzu,plný tanier,specialita. Dalo sa😊. Este pozriem, ako a kde začnem spoznávať JAI a okolie, lebo je tu toho ...
... after, she woke me from my slumber, saying she was feeling a little hungry and she wanted to share the food her mother packed for her. #1 anyone with a mom who packs snacks for them comes from a pretty solid family. #2 she woke me to share it with me! I was sure at that point that I had met a genuine person and I'm happy to be able to call her a friend. Needless to say after chatting about everything from A to Z... The rest of our 4 hour journey together just flew by. At the end of ...
... They were absolute gentlemen and made our journey SO much more enjoyable than it would have been otherwise. Meanwhile at Pelham and Uli's, Polly played a tense game of racing demons. On Saturday we popped to the Taj Mahal and back (as you do). Thankfully our new driver was twice the speed of Gordon, and we checked full functionality of the windscreen-wipers before leaving! Easily the most beautiful building I've seen, the Taj is absolutely breathtaking at first glance. ...
... just want a group picture, they want a picture with each person in the group on their own. So a photo shoot lasts much longer than necessary. And once one person asks for a photo, others around work up the nerve and we might be stuck in one place with for 30 minutes taking picture after picture. Nick gets tired of it after a while but I find it endlessly entertaining.
Aside from the urine smells and the constant horn honking, I'd say India is off to a great start!
We managed to get ourselves up this morning for some adventures, which was really exciting. Nate started the morning with eggs, waffles, juice, coffee and pastries, a good morning!
We stepped out of our hotel, into the street, just as another tourist was trying to negotiate a rickshaw, and I asked her where she was headed. When we discovered that we were all going to the same place, we shared the ride. After a rather short ride, the driver ...