Hotel Relax Palace
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... of this information at the stations varies a great deal, larger stations can have 6 or 10 or more platforms, and the trains all have dozens of coaches.
Agra Cannt Station has a large electronic reader board at the main entrance providing updated info on train arrival and departure times and platform numbers, so we stopped to check and make sure there had been no changes. After watching the board for ten minutes or so with no info ...
How can you get lost within one hundred yards of your hotel? I’ll tell you.
Seeking an Indian sim card for my phone, the hotel concierge suggested we left the hotel by the back entrance and went to the phone shop just ...
... it out, we saw that we had a message - thinking our friends were still in Dubai. We headed down to the restaurant and had a wonderful breakfast. It is an international buffet with foods from India, Asia, Britain and then some continental items. Just like the evening before, the staff were great. Seeing to our needs, describing the various foods and chatting a little bit about our trip and things to see.
After we were both full, our ...
Got into Delhi mid morning with Ajay waiting for us at the airport where he introduce us to Neppi who would be our driver for our 7 days. Had a pretty hectic drive from the airport to our hotel, it wasn't far but took a while as traffic is crazy with cows on the roads people over taking and pulling out everywhere and beggars knocking on car windows at most intersections. Got settled into our hotel and then Neppi took us for a drive around Delhi to show us some of the ...
... look at normal travellers like lepers. In my opinion, if you feel like you've taken on a part of another culture, then you act and look like that culture respectfully. Indians are always washed, they're always wearing a collared shirt if they're a man, or a traditional dress for women. Sashaying around like you're in the original "Jesus Christ Superstar" film (great film by the way) with your floaty clothing and arrogantly unearned sense of belonging just ...