Hotel Hanuwant Palace
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... enough to try the street food yet one place stuck out (see pictures) wrong I know, but it was the only place that sold coffee and Scotty wanted one to help drop the kids off :) lol!
Its really humid here, but so far so good with not much rain. Delhi is a funny place, it a mix of old and new - the buildings are in a state of poor repair, the roads are mostly terrible with pot holes and broken pavements but you can really see how India is developing fast here ...
... and our rupees would only stretch to one alcoholic drink to accompany dinner. My meal cost more than what I have paid to stay for three nights in other parts of India. Bartering shoes on, I reasoned with a rickshaw driver to take five of us together. He was a bit reluctant but I explained to him that he would get more money for himself and he soon caved in. I've seen twelve adults and a baby in one before so I wasn't being fooled. For some reason that ...
... he just doesn't understand him so he just smiles and laughs. Reminds me a bit of me. :-) Anyway, first stop is Old Delhi Jamma mosque which was built by the same man who built the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan. At first Dean and I were thinking 'not another mosque/church/temple' but once our shoes were removed and we were robed up to the eyeballs we entered and were pleasantly surprised with what we saw. It was very impressive. Got a few pics and then it was time to clamber up into one ...
... on 1 bike!! - 'No college no Knowledge, No wife no good life' quote our taxi driver. - There is no need for a bin when you have the road. (We are to British for this, so ended up with all rubbish in pockets and bags) - Blonde hair is white hair, and means lots of photos! - If you cant fit in the bus, you go on top of it. - Dev taught us if your going to cross the road, stride with pride, ...
... our hotel, Ania slept while Peter drank a couple of
beers with other travellers. He then went on a bit of a midnight wander
through the streets of Delhi for a late night feed of chicken.
Next day we moved to the hotel next door where it was half the price
(but a lot shittier) and bought an Indian sim card. This is not like
buying a pay as you go sim card in any other country. You have to give
copies of your passport and then register ...