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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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I had some time to kill before Srissty got out of class, so I decided to hit up Lokendra in Zostel Delhi for a few hours. Much more confident that my first days in Delhi, I took the airtrain from the Delhi Airport all by myself to downtown, then walked through craziness and across an overpass in the wrong direction just waving at the officer who whistled at me, then down the street dodging cows dogs people tuk tuk hawkers, ...
... ok, googled this) and were happy that we would be fine. We were first and second on the waiting list by the time we checked out of our hotel and headed for the Metro train station. "No worries!"So we got a lift to the Metro station in the hotel car (an Audi A4 Quatro if you don't mind), availed ourselves of the free bottled water, and jumped on the train to Delhi. All we had to then do was grab a Tuk Tuk to the Sarai Rohilla train station (yes, catching a ...
the IGI T3 arrival is super with the "Mudras"..... "The meaning of ‘mudra’, which is a Sanskrit word, is ‘closure’ or ‘seal’. Mudra hand positions are physical gestures that have an effect on the energy flow of the body. The ancient practice of yoga links the hand mudras to the changing spiritual and mental aspects of a person. ...
It's been exactly 3 month without my friends, especially my best friend, my significant other. Because of this precious time of 6 weeks with my loved ones I stopped blogging. I will not blog in detail about my time in India and Nepal since I consider this time "vacation", a break from traveling. I'll let pictures speak for this period. Seeing my friends again was amazing. And then going to India was so different than going to any other place ...
... and along the way I saw a restaurant that came highly recommended. Moti Mahal was everything I wanted it to be, the food was delicious and apparently tandoori chicken was invented there. The next stop on our list was finally going to the Gandhi museum, it was a oracular place with everything we ever wanted to know about Gandhi, it is a place I would like to go back to... Maybe alone so I could read more about him and the life ...