Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi
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... to an obese and unbelievably fidgety indian man who reeked of all the stereotypical indian smells. The other man next to him actually asked to move and ended up in first class the nob. A wise move that I didn't think of! He sauntered back all smug after we had landed, rubbing his eyes and yawning just to show what a good nights sleep he had got. I on the other hand did not sleep a wink but instead got elbowed countless times by BO mans stupid ...
... for us to start moving again.
Jirka was so nice that he even arranged a car; it was the same driver that took us to several different sights in the morning. Jirka accompanied us to the train station of New Delhi. In general I hate saying goodbye and this one was particularly tough. It was like leaving home again :(
Our train from Delhi to Khajuraho left on time (at 20.15). Since it was quite late we got our berth ready and went straight to bed. We were travelling in 3AC ...
... me as payment for keeping watch over her shoes.
Elena then showed up and the taxi driver said he’d be back in two hours, so we set off through the winding streets. The traffic down the street was incredible. It was basically completely stopped and we had to climb over motorcycles and bicycles to get down the lane.
We visited a couple jewelry shops and then settled on Ram Parkash Vinod Kumar. I know I have the card from the jeweler we went to on our ...
... noise, garbage, cow **** and the hanging grey fug of pollution. I’d never seen anything quite like it. Tim seemed unfazed.
Making our way back towards the hotel we finally stumbled across BulletWallas, quite literally 10 feet away from the hotel’s front door. All we had needed (but failed) to do was look up. Ascending a couple of flights of dusty, concrete stairs we met Chris Harlen, one of the owners, who gratefully accepted Tim’s gift of two jars of ...
... down there a couple of times and the security is not great; or, at least, it is not visible. I think that His Excellency is served by a lower level of security than, say, President Obama. I cannot imagine even being allowed on the same floor as the one where the President of the United States was staying.
Oh well; His Excellency can do as he wishes. I was asked to move myself and my baggage so that he could move from the elevator to his armored limousine and I am ...