Westin Sohna Resort and Spa
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... in India's capital, Delhi, the second largest city on Earth. As we left the plane, we felt that we had entered a different world. It seemed chaotic, crazy. Fortunately, Mahaveer, our driver was waiting for us. We had arranged an organized tour through Rajasthan, a region of the country popular with travelers because of its many attractions, memorable sights, topography, and people. This isn't our ...
... store, probably looking for his cut per the cynical Englishman Richard.
Back in the tuktuk, the son wanted to take us to a jewelry store. We held firm we wanted to return to the hotel and did so. Traffic had picked up since the early morning. Our driver commented there are no driving rules in India. I had mentioned to Pam how few motor vehicles had property damage. Merging is a fine art form here.
Getting back to the hotel, Anuj, our guide, ...
... streets and I was grateful for the giant red statue pointing me home. To call the market streets bustling would be an understatement- people, dogs, rickshaws, cars and a lot of bikes. Considering I was one of few women, and apparently the only white person, I experienced very little hassle and no more than a passing glance from most passers by. In fact I can honestly say that I probably experienced more in the way of harassment in my hometown in the ...
... that the Fort was ahead (despite it being one of the top attractions in the City). We found the way though and paid up to get in (as Foreigners, Locals paid a fraction of the price to a Johnny Foreigner!) he main gate entrance was the Lahore Gate and through here was a wide boulevard that was full of shops. It was still beautifully constructed and the evident Red Sandstone that gives the Fort its colour (and name) was everywhere. It was extremely busy and full of tourists ...
... coffee for breakfast whilst watching die ********* TV in English!:) That's the stuff!:) I am staying here until Sunday then I will change to a nicer hotel in the city area which I already booked since before. Since I trust these guys now, they will take me to the next hotel on Sunday. What's so great about poor countries is that you can always get whatever you want if you pay for it and it's not expensive. It's all room service as they don't have a restaurant (which suits ...