Heritage Village Resort & Spa Manesar
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... Center of Delhi. What a man. We offered money but he'd take nothing except our phone numbers incase he ever needed something in England (God knows what) but small price to pay for the nicest man/ one of the only nice men I've met in India. After a hectic day we arrived back at around 7 and I was so done in i headed to bed for a lie down, exhausted doesn't come close. Put a few pictures from my phone on this one but the camera ones are miles better- hopefully will sort that ...
... which was built by the British hundreds of years ago, and now features many restaurants and shops of both Western and Eastern variety, where we enjoyed a spicy dinner to round of an eyeopening day in the heart of Old Delhi! In our second and final day of Delhi before our Golden triangle tour, we look to travel south in Delhi to visit Safdurjung's tomb, Qutab Minar and Lotus temple, which shapes up to be less hectic than the markets of Old Delhi yesterday (we ...
... at every turn. It was now time to leave Udaipur via my least favourite of all Indian transportation, the night bus. Just as before my bus had been cancelled and I nearly missed the replacement despite continued questioning of the travel agents. So I ran across the car park following the travel agent shouting at the coach that was leaving. I also then found 2 other people who had been booked on my original coach with the same seat allocated, putting me in the bed right at the ...
... and uneven paving walking down narrow alleyways, lined with decorative tiles depicting Jesus, Shiva and other holy figures to stop people peeing on the walls Craning upward to see the spires covered in colourful figures against the azure skies, streaked delicately with white clouds Tree covered mountains, cleared only for tea plantations and winding narrow ...
... Chowk. Two weeks later, back from Jaisalmer and almost fearless, we started the first day on our own in a taxi to the Red Fort, which turned out to be basically closed for the weekend! We never did get back there.
In other news, during the rest of our Delhi time, we explored Chandni Chowk asecond time, walked around the big circle of shops at Connaught Place, had fun jousting verbally with touts ...