Hotel City Premier
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... were allowed to wear special slippers. I decided to man it up and go barefoot! I was in shorts and Kim had capri pants and bare arms. We had to be put in special clothes to cover up. This did not make Kim very happy! She had a full body garment and I had a skirt!!!!
It quickly became apparent that the barefoot idea wasn't a good one! The bottom of my feet were starting to burn. There were canvas walkways that made it easier to walk. Kim and the ...
... trying to sell off local tat. A lot of the stuff we saw we got at a cheaper price back in Jaipur! We made our way through and onto the Elephant Gate. The grounds of the Fort were quite large with lots of buildings throughout. In the Diwanian we saw a huge white throne where the Emperor took public audiences. The private quarters of the Emperor had lots of ornate marble carvings inside and the Mosque nearby was also full of marble carvings. The adjacent swimming baths ...
... Inn. We packed our suitcases and took power naps to adjust for the Texas time zone.
After that, we went to our amazing travel agent, Ajay's deaf brother's house to eat our final Indian dinner. There, we met NAD officials, such as president, treasurer. We chatted about the Indian customs and cultures. We ate their delicious appetizers, dinner, and desserts. We discussed the teenagers’ lifestyles in India with Ajay’s daughter and his ...
... teeming with cars, we turned down a small avenue of the Chandni Chowk bazaar area of Old Delhi. This nine-square mile area of Delhi is chocked full of small wholesale merchandise establishments. The streets were so narrow that often it seemed that we would be destined to collide with oncoming rickshaws or scooters, but Robert would deftly negotiate the tiniest of spaces to find a way through the morass.
The district, the largest wholesale market in all of ...
... hotel, we frantically encouraged our driver to make it. But as our journey unfolded we realised tactics to convince us we would not find these things waiting for us were deployed…and our motivtion soon turned to mis-trust. He was not going to take us there on time, and he would not help us find our coach. Instead he would insist that he could sell us a better form of transport to Agra. An assertive conversation and outright frustration later we ...