The Amber - New Delhi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we found out why, casually a young boy strolled into the tracks drop trou, and curled out a belter. Anyway the trains off now plenty of food going down the aisles which is a bonus. Windows open and nice draft flowing through, again the occasion smell of *****. But a full curry for 50p soon distracted ...
... shares the road. Cars, taxis, tuk-tuks, rickshaws, motor scooters, busses, oxen... The evening was dedicated to The Theater!! We saw a Bollywood musical called Jhumroo. It was a musical comedy of grand scale. It was at the Kingdom of Dreams complex about 15 miles south of the city. This took us 1 hour to drive. The traffic here is seriously out of control. We got the audio translators for the show, although they didn't translate the songs- they were all in ...
... an Indian Charlie Sheen! No joke.) We later found out he has 5 children, whoa. There were no seat belts in his car and once we saw how he drove (well, how everyone drives in India- crazy. Don't even know why they bother marking lines on the roads- the general rule seems to be drive anywhere in any direction and honk your horn. Cars, motor bikes, rickshaws and trucks going everywhere in any direction. Later, I asked Luke what he saw on the way and he said- his life flash before him!!), ...
The best part of today, our last full day in Delhi, was a morning visit to a huge Sikh temple, the Bengla Sahie Temple. This was not a part of the official itinerary but a site that Ashim suggested we might find interesting. He shared that it is one of his favorite places; one where he sometimes comes and sits for hours, listening to the music and talks and often finds a sense of peace in the midst of a very hectic city.
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... driving, just find a space! If you want to cross the road just walk, tuk-tusks, rickshaws, bikes and cars will either swerve around you or just stop and beep at you. And if they don't thy aren't going fast enough to really hurt you anyway! Things to be thankful for I had a safe flight The hostel is clean, safe and friendly Please pray That I will really get on well with the people I meet on the tour tomorrow That I will adjust quickly to travelling on my ...