Plaza Solitaire Hotel
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The weather today is cold and wet so we are not going far. We took a guided bus ride to look at some of the sites but because of the weather viewed them from afar. I will upload photos later.
The ride took us through the wide streets of the Lutyens designed Delhi of the Raj. Lutyens designed much of New Delhi in the 20s and 30s to project the power of the British Crown on an increasingly dissident population, but less of the ...
... by Edwin Lutyens. Demonstrations going on and roads closed so rather slow journey back to the Imperial where a much welcome coffee awaited us (we're avoiding lunches!). Wow and wow again - billed as one of Conde Naste's top ten restaurants in the world, the Spice Route has just delivered to the Js! My description wouldn't do it justice so you'll just have to take my word for it. Incidentally, our waiter was called Johnson! Reminded me of Johnson White, Hobbsy's assistant ...
The exit in the airport was actually fairly quick I had expected that baggage was going to be checked and all that but pretty much after passport getting stamped and walk to pick up luggage it went pretty smooth although the intrepid guy who was supposed to be wearing cap and vest and holding up my name ...
Day 4 - Jaipur
Last night we were met at the train station by our new driver, Salim, who exclaimed "Aussie mate!" He was quite excited that we were Aussies! We were there with all our cases, walking through the carpark expecting a car, only to see a decorated tuk tuk with the words "Stud" and "Chitty City Bang Bang" and so small we had no idea how it was going to fit our 2 suitcases and 2 backpacks in, let alone us!! Once we crammed ourselves into the back, Salim pulled out ...
... 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 ...