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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Last day of work....this week has gone by so quickly. After 7 days at the Westin, it was time to pack up and get ready for the next chapter of the trip.
The students were all ready and had submitted their presentations prior to the 8am deadline. They had an hour to do some final run-throughs before presenting in front of the room and the "client". A Coach from a different room played the "client" and for the ...
... in Melbourne time we had been up since 5.00am and by the time we got to Delhi it was 4.00am. A 23 hour day with a few sleeps on the plane only. We were delusionally tired when we existed the airport terminal and made the mistake of allowing a pushy person to use his taxi service. Instead we should have gone with the established queue of taxis nearby. The ...
... Temple (an amazing temple that looks exactly like a lotus flower), and the ruins of Qutb Minar, which were quite amazing. We did some shopping and walked around, soaking in the last bits of India that we could. We stuffed our faces with Indian food, as after this trip, we do not plan to eat it for a few years. We also found time to do laundry, answer emails and I somehow found the energy to write this blog! ...
... move on.....and quickly. I kind of wish that we'd taken a photo of all the children so that you could truly appreciate how many there were. After a bit of lunch in Old Delhi, which was delicious,we headed back to the hotel to collect our bags and head off to catch our train. A quick stop in the executive lounge to make use of the wifi, we jumped on the first of many Indian rail journeys. I was beyond excited! (FYI - more pictures to follow later, they are on my ...
... The gates themselves are really a huge stone arch with exotic plants all round the outside and big flames in the middle, with two very tiered looking soldiers standing guard at the front. I reckon they are rotated on the bases of when you faint your shift is over ! There were also some tiny lakes nearby which were tempting to dip your feet into, but Alex pointed out the dirty scum on-top of the water and that put me off. I then saw kids getting washed in it by their ...