The Amber - New Delhi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews The Amber - New Delhi
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... dwellings along the tracks. These homes are really small and built in the main of odd bits of timber and corrugated iron with I'd presume earth floors. Despite being a shanty town it was in fact a on going community, with plenty of small shops generally in the few solid looking buildings. Clearly the residents here have very little although there are one or two tv satellites around and there are padlocks on the doors. One thing struck me in particular and that ...
... not in a good way and we needed to go back to the hotel pronto! The bathroom was to prove to be my home for the next 17 hours as my resistance to all India had to throw at me finally failed. November 23rd - Dosed up to the eyeballs on medication I made it to the airport where I took a tour of all of the bathroom facilities. I then spent what seemed like the entire plane flight to Bangkok ...
... shortened and digestible version for the sake of brevity: Cars are sold in India in the right hand drive variant; let's not assume for one minute 'though that gives any reliable insight into which side of the road they drive on! The unwary would assume that the logical thing to do would be to drive on the left, however, this would deny every Indian their inalienable right: That is, to use any piece of road, pathway, verge or any other type of real estate to further their ...
... my trip don't get me wrong but haven't quite been able to fully relax in India yet. With every person or situation you encounter, you feel as though you have to be constantly on your guard. Still if you ask yourself the question of whether or not feeling slightly uneasy and having fun at the same time exists? Then I'm living proof. Shower then bed.
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... the local brew. Anyway after 2 tallies he was over his initial disappointment.
Back at Hotel Perfect we met our tour leader DJ ( Digvijay) and also the 6 other Peeps in our group. 1 Brit (Doris), 1 Scot (Ewan), 2 Germans (Anya & Christina) I must try to remember not to mention the war and 5 Aussies (Maddie, Katie, Mark, Fred & myself.)
We all went out ...