Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi
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... all there in front of me like my own India movie. While lush, green landscapes eluded us in the parts of India we visited, we saw beauty in fabrics, pink camels, painted elephants, bangles, weathered faces, spices, saris, the majesty of the Taj, children's tranquil faces amid the chaos, we saw both sadness and joy in villages we passed through, and mothers who begged for rupees to feed the child clutched to her breast while running along side our rickshaw. We were treated at times ...
... but they were delicious all the same. Were going to miss the food! After lunch we went shopping and turned into indian princesses trying on sarees being waited on hand and foot. Could get use to this kind of treatment daily. The shopping didn't stop there we went to a jewellers and g treated herself to a new ring as it was her last day of travelling. To celebrate our last night in india we indulged in a 3 course meal. Food was divine and ...
... inlay of flowers, would have been quite imposing in its beauty. In fact, coming off of the dirty, urine-soaked, dusty, streets filled with goats, dogs and cattle, into this relative oasis, was a good imitation of what it might have been like for commoners to come here to have their grievances heard by the king.
Other than the public audience chamber, we were left just peering through stone-latticed windows or standing on tiptoe (Bryn, ...
After an uncomfortably large breakfast (I think you've seen enough of us doing that!) we headed out to Connaught Place, in the blazing sunshine, to buy me a pair of shoes and have a look. Another tuk tuk driver, BJ, accosted us and convinced us he'd be better than the train, and the same price, 40 rupees, about 80c, to drive us 10k. How can they afford to live?
He drove us ...
... from our previous night’s stay. It was in the middle of nowhere and each room was its own little mud hut villa. It had two layers and the whole thing was molded out of mud. The bathroom was as big as the living space with walk in shower (enough for 10 people – whatever floats your boat) and the living space was cozy. It had lovely views and nice seating areas. It was so lovely to relax and chill until I got bitten 53 times (and that was just on my legs)! However it ...