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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is the comfort zone that is the difference between what is acceptable and what is not. As my comfort zone expands the intensity of India becomes less impacting. Something like India certainly highlights the differences between what is acceptable and what is not, in other words what I fear - it's the difference between enjoying a trip in a shared jeep up through the terrorist threatened region of Kashmir or not, somewhere I want to travel to in a couple of weeks. What I have learnt ...
... we decided to drive back to Bikaner and took a walk to a nearby restaurant called Gallops. The food was beautiful albeit a tad expensive but we ploughed through it because this was to be our last cooked meal for a while as we had roughly 36 hours on a train ahead of us. Struggling with the walk home after gorging ourselves we sat around hoping the food would digest until it was time to board the train. Got settled in on our 2AC train and tried to get some kip on our way to ...
Up at 0600 and raring to go - time difference will take a while to sort out. Very nice room with mega-huge & comfy bed. Early brekkie looming and then out for our first tour. Great brekkie in the Imperial! Met our guide, Shalpor, and then headed off with Mahindar (our driver in India) at the helm of our car for a tour of New Delhi. Visited the Qutb Complex with its incredible tower (largest brick tower in the world at 75.5m!) Also saw ruined mosque and a 7 metre Iron Pillar from ...
... majestic forts - which was evident in our city tour today. Salim made us stop at a famous Lassiwala which is famous for its traditional lassi drinks. We were a bit dubious to drink one, as we saw the fermented yoghurt floating in a clay cup of liquid...and it was just a street stall...but Salim had so kindly bought one for us and he looked so happy, that we couldn't say no. Said a little prayer and it actually tasted delicious!
We wanted to stop for lunch at a place ...
... robbed Gem of her passport too as they didn't give it back to her when passing over the rupees and we only realised a minute after before leaving the airport! Passports in hand we located the hotel driver and headed for Hotel Shelton in Paharganj, New Delhi. This is the popular backpacker/traveller area in Delhi and the hotel reflected that - cheap and cheerful - we only needed it for less than a day so it didn't matter to us that is was a bit basic. By the time we had been ...