Heritage Village Resort & Spa Manesar
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We have an overnight stay at the Heritage Village Resort and Spa in Manesar before flying south to Goa.
The heavy traffic on NH8 made the relatively short distance from airport to hotel a lengthy journey. Our sightseeing schedule changes down a gear and we can begin to relax and enjoy a slower pace. Driving into the hotel first impressions …
Better night's sleep and large brekkie to celebrate. Heading off to Old Delhi today for our tour. Excited about seeing the Red Fort and Jami Masjid, India's largest mosque. More later.... Fantastic morning and a real contrast to yesterday. First port of call was Gandhi's resting place - Indira Gandhi was also buried here; all very poignant. After visiting the mosque we went on a rickshaw ride ...
... the view from atop it as we climbed the hill was incredible. Though we constantly felt like we were about to fall off, we tried our best to capture some shots of the journey. Once inside the fort, we toured the grounds which featured a number of large courtyards as well as a small temple. We were also immediately accosted by local "businessmen" who had taken our photo while on board the elephant and, in the short time it had taken us to get to the top, had printed them out and prepared ...
... time to think about what we wanted to do, but as we went downstairs, guess who was waiting outside? Umesh! Why you not call me? Haha, awkward. So anyway, he ended up taking us to church. We were both thinking after that we should've invited him in to church with us, but we were so busy trying to possibly get away from him, we weren't thinking! (It's okay, we talked to him about God after and told him he must visit DBF!!) It's so hard to know who to trust, especially ...
... I was with it and felt energized and thrilled except when Rishabh was trying to talk to me while buzzing around trucks and inconsistent tuk tuks who could dart out of the lanes at any moment. Then I held on tighter (maybe his plan?) and asked him to wait until we stopped to talk. We also went to Pahara Gange (spell?) where all the hippy touristy shops are and is known as being one of the more dirty and unpleasant parts of the city. It's where Delhi gets a ...