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... brews. I was greeted with a cup of tea followed by a strong shot of brandy (Brandy !! wow it was a luxury) - that felt good .
One of my best collage friends had become forest officer and posted here (which was another reason I accepted this assignment) had very graciously offered me space in his government quarter as I didn’t have a any designated area place to live. I walked to this quarter which was few feet away and was followed by a ...
The most important piece of advice anyone gives you before you go to India is, whatever you do, under no circumstances, even if you are DYING with thirst, DO NOT DRINK THE WATER. So you can imagine my surprise when having been in Delhi for under an hour, Alex shows up with 'freshly washed' Watermelon licking her lips with a huge smile on her face. Great.
Luckily, the prospect of imminent Delhi Belly vanished immediately as we ...
... to see that when we asked to go to a restaurant, he took us back to the one we really liked. And now we know the name of the place. Chimney was the name! A very tiny place but the food was YUMMY!! But like all people who travel to India, our stomachs haven't been doing so great these last few days. So must say we weren't looking forward to en overnight train ride today. When arriving at the station the driver showed ...
... he shouted out to few of the men loitering in the reception and they followed me up to the room where we got a clean sheet and they cleaned the floor , I told them I had already cleaned the rest.
After a little snooze and doing our laundry , we found some sachets of washing powder for 2 rupees each - bargain , our room resembled a laundrette but I was running out of trousers !
We then went off to find the Hotel where my aunt is staying , its a posh ...
... you some more, next to 'New Delhi’ you also have ‘Old Delhi’, which existed before the British decided to build a new city next to it. People use the word Delhi interchangeably to describe ‘New Delhi’, ‘New Delhi’ + Outlying areas and the NCT itself.
We decided to stay 4 nights in Delhi to allow us time to get over the jet lag, but you could see all the main sights in a few days if ...