Hotel Blue Sapphire
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... to the seats with my 100ml of Chanel No 5 EDP and a lighter.
Terminal 4 at Heathrow is a bit of a let down. Long and narrow and stupidly expensive shops. I almost bought a Mont Blanc pen but quickly remembered I can get 8 for a tenner in Delhi, so held back on handing the plastic Santa over ! How restrained!
Considering T4 houses a lot of the airlines hailing from Asian counties and there are 3000 ...
India was definitely a culture shock. From the very talented guilt sales pitches to as a woman, the feeling of having men look through you, as a part Muslim nation. Overall it was quite the experience and I can say that I have been there, done that and got the t-shirt!
With only 6 days to play with we decided to complete the typical Golden Triangle tour with the help of Rakesh Kumar Tours (USD$ 367 for two adults). In fairness to Rakesh he set up ...
I had a profoundly moving experience at the Gandhi Smriti (memorial). It is located in a very posh part of New Delhi, with broad, sidewalked, tree-lined avenues. Peeking over barbed-wired fences I could see huge white concrete mansions nestled in forests of tamarind, neem, eucalyptus, and plumeria trees. Just outside one of these fences I saw a family of untouchables scavenging wood to keep themselves warm ...
... with a separate mob of people on the outside via a small hole in a glass screen. The mob consists of taxi drivers asking for commision and fares and fellow bemused tourists. The man inside the box is furiously scribbling onto a yellow notepad onto which he writes your name destination and the price of the fare. Not the most efficient ways of issuing a ticket and you have to fight for your place in the queue.
Lucky the airport seems to be quiet ...
... as I had thought.
Weirdly enough, bakeries are really big here - there's a German bakery just down the road from the hotel and it's actually really nice. They have cakes and pastries in the window but also serve curry and full meals..really strange.
One of the negatives of my time here has been dealing with the tourist offices. On my first day I went to enquire about train tickets through one of the tour offices on the main ...