Hotel Blue Sapphire
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... out bags onto the top bunk and climbed up and squeezed ourselves into a little hole next to them looking down at how many Indians you can fit in one meter squares hoping it would clear out at some point. Then I noticed squeezed into the corner of a side lower bunk two other westerners I could just see and we got a sympathetic wave like "were here in this maddness to" a few hours later everyone left the train and order was restored with our bags under the seats and our usually spacial ...
When we get up a mist is hanging over Neemrama but this soon clears with the heat from the sun. We find our way back down to the dining room for breakfast. It is easier in daylight. There are lots of Indian families there. These are well off people who speak English amongst themselves as their first language in that wonderfully posh Indian accent that is so distinctive.
Then we spend the morning on our balcony before checking out to go to Delhi. We are not actually going ...
... given a discount. We had arranged for a taxi driver to take us to the airport. He was the one that took us to the underground shopping and spoke English. He was delighted to have that fare to the airport which takes a good hour to get to. We paid $33 going back to the airport and $40 coming into the city. Im surprised there aren’t more accidents and organ donors with the way they drive! Pudong is a massive airport and another learning ...
... dinner at the hotel and the boys are now watching a movie before laying down.
Initial thoughts on Delhi:
- the number of monuments offered in Delhi are numerous and impressive.
- although the airport is quite impressive, the ...
... 8211; there was no pain.
I could still ride.
My Big Mac thick wallet became thin again as I handed over IR 20,000 for the deposit ($360) and a further IR 14,700 for the 21 day rental ($270). Paperwork completed and pre-ride inspections competently performed by Tim, it was time for us to get the bikes over to BulletWallas where we would be able to pack them for the ride. Tim’s face dropped and his eyes widened as he learnt that he ...