The Maple Leaf
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... it’s even worse and you can only shuffle your feet by a few inches when walking for fear of trodding on the rats. The 20,000 rats are fed milk and considered scared and apparently the temple is resident to one white rat which everyone tries to find as it is supposed to be lucky. Check here for the back story if you can be bothered - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karni_Mata _Temple
We were gonna eat at the temple but after seeing rats running over ...
... everywhere, constant noise, honking and the air you breathe is nearly toxic. Tuk-tuks, motorcycles, cows, buses, and people surround you at every turn; it’s overwhelming after several hours of walking. However, there is still something very interesting about the place, it is unlike any other city I have ever visited. Also, all of the other cities in India that we visited were calmer and much more beautiful. After our busy and exhausting day traipsing around, we headed ...
... rupees, just under 50 rupees for $1 AUD. Just to give you a sense of proportion for when prices are noted later on. As we exit the terminal, looking for our names on a placard, there is a cacophony of noise and bustle from further out on the road. Eventually we find a young Indian guy with an Intrepid sign and figure he must be our man, he is, and he tells us he'll call up the car which should take 5 minutes. Right outside the building, you can see what's causing ...
... drop me at the very door of Hotel Namaskar for the same price. I was also really ******* shattered so I figured I would go with it. Worst case scenario, I'd get him to drop me at the station and I'd find my own way. Turns out it wasn't him doing the driving. He put me in a taxi with a bloke whose English wasn't great but that's ok,I showed him the address ...
... 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 ...