- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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... today: Bahá'i House of Worship aka The Lotus Temple. You've probably seen pictures of it. the temple itself looks like a giang opening lotus flower. It's stunning right up until you enter the temple, then it's just bland as there is nothing but chairs inside. Bahá'i believe in the unity of all religions and thus invite people of all religions to pray/meditate at their temples, but since all religions are to be welcome they've shelved the iconography.
The inside of the ...
... and basmati rice). Meena explained and helped us to make all of the recipes. They are all fairly simple and I will definitely be able to make these delicious dishes at home. We thoroughly enjoyed our lesson and definitely enjoyed eating our meal! We topped it all off with a cup of tea and some moist banana bread.
We headed back to the hotel and called it a night. Sadly it will be our last night!
A word about horn-blowing in India. All drivers proceed with the horn sounding almost incessantly. However, unlike some continental drivers who use their horn rather too much for English taste, for the Indian driver it is an essential part of his driving skill. As one driver remarked, "My horn is another pair of eyes - I would be blind without it." indeed we came to realise that the Indian is not an aggressive driver at all, although he will use every possible bit of available ...
... to wait. We pulled up to our accommodation, Moustache hostel, and check in was seamless. There were two girls in our room, Clara from Germany and Jen from London. It turns out that Jen went to University with a girl I went to junior school with-crazy! The hostel was bright and friendly and even had a kitchen we could cook in. Rose decided to stay in to skype home whilst me and Rach joined Jen and a nice couple for dinner at 'Fork You'. Delhi is ...
... the next day it dawns on us that those poor people who flew on the same airline from the same airport as us, heading for Beijing, were almost certainly with us in KL airport.
When we check in our rucksacks, even though we reserved seats online, I ask if there are better seats for the Delhi leg. Result! We get the bulkhead seats by the exit, so masses of room.
People watching in the terminal always makes time fly, and soon we're back in ...