Plaza Solitaire Hotel
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... was gravy. When we got to the desk to get our boarding passes and check in our luggage, the clerk didn't even tell us our flight was delayed until I asked if he was going to give us the boarding passes for our connecting flight to SFO! He informed us like it should be no surprise that our flight is delayed until 2pm the next day, and that we will miss our connecting to ...
... climb to get to the fort that dominates the skyline of this city. I passed some very questionably packaged crisps on the way up with what looked like Hitler in a spacesuit on the front! The fort was thankfully more normal and the colours of the sunset over the blue city were spectacular, or so the Maries told me. I didn't manage to channel any Bruce Wayne from the fort but did find a lovely spot to buy some xmas cards and a cuddly Hindu cow for my niece. The second day in ...
... enough and met our taxi driver for the next two days, Victor. Victor and his very tired Tata. No seat belts, one wing mirror and a temperamental battery.
We visited all the standard touristy places over the next two days, the most Impressive being the Baha'i Lotus temple due not only to it's sheer construction but ...
... after hotel after hotel on it but still a good mixture of local shops and a mean market (although the only shopping I have done so far is to buy one of those fleece blankets and a couple of pillows for my new place!). I am pleased to say the service is good here, breakfast thrown in even thought the Internet connection is dodgy I can cope with that!
So onto the main part of this entry.
HOUSE/FLAT HUNTING!!! Gosh it's hard work here - first of all a being ...
... brass band, with a singer and six loudspeakers mounted on a truck, in case the trumpets aren't loud enough.
And to contain the crowd, ten men each holding a 4-foot diameter flashing strobe light on top of his head. Each of the strobes was connected by electrical cords.
Oh, and did I mention that the groom had multiple toddlers and infants in his lap or beside him in the carriage?
So here's the ...