Sahara Hotel

Aruna Asaf Ali Road, Opp Sector B, Pocket 4, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110070, India | Inn
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Well, we've made it: we are true travellers

A travel blog entry by smeelog


... re getting to experience what 'real' Indian cuisine is (thank you Lonely Planet for some great recommendations). The people are charming and do actually take no for an answer; although I'm struggling to remember to refrain from returning male stares (it's really hard not to!!) -- apparently, it can be considered a come-on. Getting around is easy and cheap (actually, everything is cheap... really cheap... like £0.50-£1 a meal); we're mainly opting to use the metro, ...

In conclusion

A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn


... ipod / speaker - head torch - book - umbrella 2 dickies shirts - 1 lightweight trousers - baseball cap - sandals - 3 pairs socks - 3 cotton shorts - swimming shorts - long shorts - 1 long sleeve sports top Purchased on the road Jazzy hyatt shirt and 2 custom made shirts in varkala Souvenirs Tatt from Kardung la (thanks Andy and Geoff) Salt from evaporation pond and small coconut from Turtle beach - both free! Memories - priceless ...

Our first week.....

A travel blog entry by lisameerkat


... don't even register the births and they don't really have much of a concept of the day or the date. There are 2 young girls who also live in the slum running the classes so this helps as we're not exactly fluent in Hindi! It's based in the temple in the slum as there isn't a proper classroom so the kids all sit on a large blanket and are taught that way. It's quite difficult to achieve a good amount at the moment as the kids vary in age so much.

One of the ...

Day 1 - The Beginning

A travel blog entry by abs08


... reconfirm my answers with the next passing attendant. Just to be sure. Bless her. I do hope those were strong sleeping pills and I have taken my opportunity to put on the headphones which aren’t coming off until touchdown!

Last couple of hours have also been a time for reflection. I can’t believe I’m doing this. I've quit my well paid job, I’ve put a few things in a bag, bought a one-way ticket and I’m actually on the plane now. A ...

Delhi, the start of the newest journey

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow


... animals in Delhi, from cows to flies to stray dogs. It is a chaotic jumble of life, and while I think there is an order, it is subtle (if there) and not in the favour of the dogs. Electrical wires are everywhere, spitting and ******* in the streets is common and there are armies of tuk tuks roving around. Horns blare throughout the day and the summer sun made it warm. Trash and debris cover the streets, and cow droppings are frequent. Touts are as frequent as tuk ...


This inn, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near India Gate, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Dilli Haat, and National Zoological Park of Delhi.
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