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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the foreign tourist bureau, I was told, otherwise, countless touts, even the cops will try to dissuade you and lead you astray to some random office set up by themselves which will sell you tickets at more expensive prices. I did just that and in no time I was inside the bureau which was a large room with leather couches and small tables for filling out forms. I managed to fill out a an application form for the Taj express with the help of google and wiki travel. I ...
... and mayhem of games day. We enquired about the ski slope situated in front of the stadium to give David his first try on skis, but at £16 each it was too much when we only had an hour.
Next, the metro took us close to the Houhai area. This was an older part of town, similar to the area of our hotel with many alleyways. Rickshaw tours were popular there, but it would feel funny to pay someone else to cycle us about. We opted for foot and blooming nora, we were glad we did. ...
... 5.5 miles. Time at the pool. For devotions and rest Isaiah 43:18-19. Do not dwell on the past. Our room wasn't cleaned when I arrived back so I dressed and found a place to read, watch people and of course drink coffee. Staff thinks I need coffee for comfort. Rob returns home around 5:30. We decide to have dinner with Jimmy who is also here for a few more days. Early dinner then early to ...
... it to Will's place. His wife is lovely and had a whole spread of food for us--chicken tikka, chili chicken, and a pasta dish (I know, what, pasta?!?!). Even the potato chips are delicious in India. I think they put masala on them. We had food,drinks, music, dancing, drinks, music, dance offs (see videos), and the night ended with more food. Dudes here are the ones who have dance offs, well until I asked to join. There ...
The first thing we noticed on arrival in Delhi, after having travelled all day from Cochin to get there, was the drop in temperature. We were greeted with a good 7 degrees. Brrr! So India does experience Winter after all.
Apart from the dry frostiness, the city was noticeably larger and more 'cosmopolitan' than what we had experienced in the south. In contrast, the poverty was far more apparent.
But enough of ...