Hotel Amax Inn
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gleamingly clean bathroom, comfy bed, satellite tv, great staff, room service or rooftop cafe, good location, safe.
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They say you will oscillate between loving and hating India. I felt this way before we even came. One minute I was so excited and the next I was terrified. The days leading up to our arrival in Delhi I was very anxious. I had heard so many horror stories about the city in particular. When Salem wasn’t looking I looked up the flight …
At finally arriving Haridwar, I'm hit with a new challenge. That, what the **** do I do now feeling comes. But after 7 weeks in India I now never panic. I know things will work out and be fine, so fear automatically becomes a type of constructive excitement and I try to find out where to go to catch the Shatabdi Express 1st Class to Delhi from! I'm …
After 2 weeks in Tamil Nadu state (see three previous entries), a flight up north on Christmas Eve delivered me to Delhi.
I spent Chrismas day with my friend and fellow photographer Roshan, (he was the mover, shaker and fixer for my trip to the massive Kumbh Mela festival the previous summer – see festival pics at www. …
Chris and Cathy's Excellent Adventures – part 2
September 25th 2012 – Delhi (Shri Lakshmi Temple – Indira Ghandi Memorial – Parliament Building – India Gate – Qutub Minar – Lotus Temple – RajGath)
Today was the day we took a bus tour of Delhi. For the record, let …
... laid back town with a lake in the middle of it that all the Hindus come to to dunk themselves in to remove all of there sins. It's also home to so called "priests" who prey on unsuspecting tourists (ie. me) and before you know it, you've been blessed, your families been blessed, your free from sin and they are hitting you up for a big wad of rupees to ensure your karma remains. It appears that the more rupees you give the better karma your entitled to. Sal ...