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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one his predecessor built! Visited the parliament buildings built by the British and also India Gate which is a war memorial to those Indians who fought on behalf of the British in the First World War. This was the last building completed by the British prior to independence in 1947.
Mad rickshaw ride through Old Delhi which was great fun, I hope the video will upload so that you can experience the rickshaw simulator! Once again amazing ...
Namaste Kathmandhu! We’re off to Nepal today and leaving
Delhi, I woke up about 5am, think we are both still getting to grips with the
ne time zone and settling into life on the road!
Managed to get some beers in the hotel last night by asking
the guy on reception….after 20 mins and a very well greased palm with Rupee’s a
knock on the door revealed some large bottles of Kingfisher (and Scott thought
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... India is that it's very hot and you have to cover up in all public places including shoulders and knees so when we got too hot we decided to continue to 'House Kahz'. We found that throughout the first part of the day, when visiting the world heritage sites, many people were asking to take photos with us and eventually many people didn't ask but blatantly held cameras in our face our got their family member to sit next to us and pose for a picture, which started to get quite ...
... where the conference rooms are located. Raj, one of my teammates, stops at a paper map when I ask him where a room is, and he never figures it out.
My team took me to a delicious traditional Punjabi food (northern India). We had mutton, chicken, and a lentil dish. They were different types of curry and spices. You had a big silver dish, and small silver serving bowls where you add what you want to eat. Instead of silverware, garlic naan ...