Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi
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- Swimming pool
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... Delicious at 50 rupees (tourist cost I reckon). Further down the road I succumb to a busy stall selling a very spicy Dahl with a pastry filled with some kind of paste. Verdict: double delicious at 20 rupees. Sheila's turn comes when she spots a sweets seller with a kind of cheese cake, meringue thingy served in a little paper bowl, and eaten with a wooden spoon. Verdict: heavenly at only 50 rupees. As a final treat we catch a rickshaw back to the metro ...
... born into. It is a desperation that only lives when there is still some small, fragile hope pleading not to be shattered. I see the sharp-eyed boys, the more aggressive salesmen from earlier, looking in my direction. If I give her money, they will be nipping at my heels again. And I am tired of India’s relentless poverty and I am late and I don’t have change.
“Didi?” she whispers. Sister. A glance passes between us.I turn my back to her ...
... like 51 ° C. It's like being inside a tumble dryer. The small tour we did was to the Red Fort, the residence of the Mughal emperors who ruled India for 200 years until 1857. It is considered an Islamic building, fusion of Persian and Hindu styles. The visit was something like: quickly out of the car, "oh how nice!", we took a few pictures, some people took pictures of Elena and Ariana, and back to the car. Back to ...
Arrived in Delhi from Assam at 10:00pm. What a lovely surprise to drive down wide open freeways to get to the city. The whole entrance to the city has been transformed in preparation for the Commonwealth Games last year. The city has also been cleaned up, there is no litter, hardly any spit, and public toilets to encourage people to use them. However, it is still not in the Indian male psyche to actually use ...
... waking up around 10am for the hotel’s free breakfast. The free breakfast was pretty weak, involved a little toast, a little cereal, and some weak coffee. After breakfast we headed back to our room and proceeded to fall asleep again. Not really sure why were so tired, but we finally woke up around 3pm. We figured it was better to sleep than to be sick in India, so we didn’t really ...