Plaza Solitaire Hotel
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... main archway beautifully written into the the white marble with black onyx. Inside the tomb of the queen and king were inside but their actual coffins were below the ones we saw which are only for display. The queen was in the center of the room while the king was on the corner as it was never the plan for him to share the memorial with his queen. The king had planned to create a similar Taj Mahal facing the original Taj Mahal near the garden area I was at ...
... of the guys, Gurvinder. We would battle the heat, the metro, and the pestering vendors together. We set off too see the Lotus temple, a building build to represent the Sydney opera house. It was a powerful place where you entered in silence and sat in meditation or in prayer. Our journey continued on to the business district of Delhi where we would have lunch. It was a beautiful part of Delhi with glass high rise buildings and clean and modern shops and food courts. I ...
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... do Mr Fagan?" There was a moment's embarrassed silence on my part, before I revealed my profession. The pen stopped. Her eyes looked up over her half-moon glasses and met mine. "A lawyer?" Her eyebrows arched. "I would not hire you Mr Fagan." And she signed her name with a flourish - "Take yourself back to New Zealand!" Tail between my legs, I left the building.
Despite this stressful interlude consuming two of my Delhi days, on the Sunday I managed to get ...
... pretty sweet dance moves. Back to food, I'm trying to find a balance between eating everyone in sight, and politely saying no thank you. Most people brush off the no and give you more food anyway. It's delicious, but bad for my figure. I'm also happy to say that I haven't gotten Dehli Belly (assume you guessed what this means is correct) and I've eaten a lot of things people told me not to eat, including street food ...