Hotel Good Times
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Wow! I had forgotten what India was like! The noise, the amazing sights in the streets, the dirt, the traffic, the horn tooting, children tapping on the car windows - it's all a bit of a culture shock after Europe and Turkey.
We were glad to be met by a driver from the hotel, so we didn't have to battle the public transport system and the touts!
The hotel room is nice and spacious, but you have to ask for everything eg toilet paper, ...
... easily spend 10 weeks just seeing one or two of these. It is a place with huge problems, some of them so vast and insurmountable it seems doubtful they will ever be solved. Poverty is everywhere. The environment in the cities is in a state of complete ruin. Animals live with hideous injuries, obviously in terrible pain, and nobody bats an eyelid. But for all its flaws, India is beautiful. Its people are mostly kind, generous and helpful, and their hospitality is amazing. ...
... of course, which are sacred, as well as a lot of stray dogs, monkeys, pigs (!) etc. Prem, our guide, told us that it is a Hindu’s duty to feed these animals in order to gain good karma.
All along the sides of the roads are men selling a vast variety of goods – fruit & veg and other foods as well as barbers and, the sight that amused me most, men sitting there with sewing machines, waiting for people to bring their ...
... in our carry on and that he's going to use the extra lock we brought. India and I can be thankful that this dear man will still have his full medication for this very exciting journey.
Our ride from the airport last night firmly cemented our new mantra for being transported during this trip: "We need to be holding hands when we die". Trent's opinion more than mine, which is really ironic given my views on his prowess behind ...
... a normal residential road) was just
crammed with mopeds, rickshaws, bikes, a few cars as well as people
trying to go in either direction, whichever side of the road! All
continuously beeping their horns (which mostly seems to be for
letting everyone else on the road know you're there). The pavements
were also crammed with people going in both directions so very
difficult to stop as you just got carried along with the flow.
Everyone else was in a rush ...