Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi
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... how amazing would that be! We got to David by 4:30 and after a short wait for him to finish we left for Haus Khaz where we were going to have dinner and drinks. David was under strict orders from Alex to look after me on my last evening so I was treated to an evening out which I didn't expect. We had drinks at a wonderful bar overlooking the lake. It was perfect timing to see the sunset. We had more time than we anticipated so we ended up trying out a ...
... few hours there, walked around the parks and watched the sun set which was beautiful! There was loads of monkeys which we loved! And we made sure we took plenty of photos because after all you don't see one of the seven wonders of the world many times in your life! When we got back to Delhi we were so happy to see Rijesh waiting for us because we were so tried and so ready for bed! I'm so glad that the day ended up being so perfect, the journey and 4 am wake up was do worth ...
We are here! After much planning, packaging, and packing, it has happened. It is really hard to believe after so much anticipation since I learned that I received a Fulbright Fellowship to study and learn about their India's national parks.
We had a surprisingly comfortable nonstop flight from Chicago to Delhi (maybe because we were at the last minute bumped up to business class). We arrived at 330 pm and met by a taxi and taken ...
... later. I chose now and ended up as the only customer in a 100 cover restaurant: it was in Trip Advisor and I thought the food was very good.
Another hour at the City Palace which was again a surprising set of buildings, museum of clothes and several snake charmers. Very interesting to understand the way of life then when the Maharahja would have 12 wives or so who were not allowed to meet except in the evening to minimise the risk of revolution. They were also not allowed to be ...
... and I do pity them for the Chinese oppression. Also, while India has strong contrasts (they have the atomic bomb, a modern tube in Delhi etc, but many do not even can follow the most basic hygienic rules, since they live if wood and plastic huts and have open air sewages). Nepal is poor, but it looks more homogeneous, whilst Tibet is surprisingly rich, apparently thanks to the mines and ...