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... br> cool), took a boat ride on the lake to the City Palace (which is now a 5*
hotel), got a 30 minute foot massage and free use of the spa for about a
tenner, had a pizza in an American pizzeria (I think we had all had enough of
curry for the day) and went to see an observatory (where there are huge
sundials and other structures which used to be used to tell the time/date,
etc.). We also tried to have a party in our guide’s hotel room, but we ...
... that travelers should consider visiting in Turkey include:
Asia and Europe meet in Istanbul, where amazing ancient architecture/planning coexists with modern nightlife and restaurants. The city’s bazaars, Turkish baths (hammams), and mosques can keep you happily engaged for your whole trip. Begin with the breathtaking Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), visible from various points of the metropolitan.
... of humankind.
For example, in Mumbai the sight of a mother feeding her baby whilst sitting on what looked like a very unclean footpath; young boys near Agra picking up plastic to sell to a recycler in order to gain a few rupees; the advertisement and photo in the local newspaper in Delhi asking someone to identify a man found dead on the street was also sad.
The plight of street dogs of which there were many all of whom had such as sad ...
... caves there, a world heritage site. It's friendly and informal on board with a mixture of both Indian and foreign tourists enjoying the ride. This includes a view of the carrier HMS Hermes, now flying the India Navy flag and named HMS Viraat. After the breeze on the ferry, it's very hot on the island and you have to run the gauntlet of sharp eye stallholders and equally sharp eye monkeys as you climb the 150 or so steps up the slide of the hill to ...
... London full of ignorant, arrogant, loners and Manchester full of loud, nosey parkers. People in Mumbai look so miffed ! Furrowed brows and upside down smiles are everywhere, just like when I lived in London. It confuses them when you smile and like London they don't smile back, but in Delhi and Manchester, they do. Totally friendly when you say hi but until then, it's like they are all having a **** day and it's all your fault ! I winked at one young ...