Heritage Village Resort & Spa Manesar
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... to the tourist office to get our tickets printed out. After agreeing that it was still only going to cost us RPS150 (around $3) for the trip we went to the tourist office. It was a good thing that we did.The tourist representative (ironically called Sam as well) checked our booking numbers and we had indeed failed to "get carded" on that train. So, if it weren't for our helpful tuk tuk driver, whose name we established was Dilip, we would have ended up on ...
... arranged a pick-up for me at the Kolkata airport (so to inform her of my itinerary changes). Unfortunately the connection cut out and I was not able to do so. Off to the land of dropped calls and no wifi I go..or at least this has been my experience thus far in Delhi. The security check for my international connecting flight was also absolute chaos and disorder. A middle aged caucasian woman and I stood in the line together and she turned around to mouth "what do we do?" I ...
... Anjali in Mauritius and she took us to a lovely old Indian sweet shop in the huge market in old Delhi,then we walked through to the spice market and then decided to take a rickshaw to the other side of the market for a late lunch but traffic immediately ground to a halt.This is in an area without cars just rickshaws,bicycle deliveries,motor scooters and hand held trolleys for moving goods from the wholesalers to the outlying ...
... up the time. I quickly found myself in a car storage/ car repair area so I cancelled my walk plans and decided to sit at the hotel. There were two other women in the lobby who were also waiting for the tour so I sat and chatted with Barbara and Michelle who had just finished the Golden Triangle trip and had also been traveling on their own in India. When our guide arrived we jumped in a car for the hour drive to her house for dinner. She explained about her family of 14 who she lives ...
... physically brushed by passing rickshaws as we made our way back to our waiting air conditioned car. Smells and sounds were rich - in a good way. In contrast to the noise and bustle, our peaceful last stop before the bar was Ghandi's house where he was assassinated. Photos to come. Ps. Malcolm Joanne got her coffee at ...