The Maple Leaf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... old. Once we got in there, one of the regular teacher’s told us that we were taking over the class for the day as she wanted to hear Pastor Vince speak. No problem! We sang songs with hand motions and both Zane and Jenna shared their testimonies with the children. It was so interesting afterwards; the other teacher/ our translator went through and had the kids tell us what they learned from listening to Jenna and Zane speak. Jenna had ...
... at night in India so far, as I don't feel safe enough to walk around or even get a taxi. It's a shame as Jon was really looking forward to eating authentic Indian. Although, it does appear that the hotels themselves don't have restaurants. Instead they take our order then get it cooked offsite at a restaurant. He enjoyed his dinner and I stuck to my dish if potatoes :) Our first full day in Delhi was a complete success! I'm surprised by the beauty of the monuments in India so ...
... the booking office which is indeed inside the station.
Whilst queuing for the tickets we were cheered up by the friendliest smiling Tibetan Monks who took selfies with us on their iPhones.
It didn't seem like a good idea to visit the Taj Mahal on a Saturday or Sunday so we waited in delightful Delhi for the weekend to pass.
Carl got to train some of his beloved Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for the first time in over a month with a man ...
... try and claim. The old city in Johdpur is like a slightly more well organised favella so any idea of making our own way there went out the window. Luckily the grandfather who answered the door to us welcomed us warmly and preceded to give the Auto driver a clip around the ear and send him away with a chiding like a little school boy. Being 3.30 am however our room was still occupied so I got the delightful honour of sleeping on the rooftop some 200m away from the enormous Johdpur fort ...
... along with us, we are welcomed by a lovely Indian girl with a cool towel and a smudge for our foreheads, when I asked what the smudge represented, she said "good luck"!, hmm, we could have done with the smudge earlier in the day. Perhaps I could trade my smudge for a drink? We checked in and met with our real guide, Ali who proceeded to take great care of us and impressed us with his knowledge of the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. We toured the Red Fort for the remainder of the day ...