One of the two cafes in my building. This place was dynamite! I came here for the free wi-fi.
My one and only negative was they loud mainstream hip-hop. The music production was slick and current, but the lyrical content was disturbing - all about drinking, drugging and risky promiscuous sex. I was embarrassed as a monk to be subjected to that, and for my brothers and sisters-in-robes present and who also frequent the establishments. No monk, nun, or Tibetan Buddhist should be subjected to that garbage. I'm sure they were just enjoying the music and didn't get the message of the content.
New Delhi, India - Day 2 December 8th 2011 I got back to my room around 5 this afternoon, and laid down to watch a cricket match on TV and dozed off. I woke up now 2.5 hours later, thought I'd only crash out for 20 minutes. My hotel is fantastic, they own other business including two FANTASTIC cafes here in the same building. I met a wonderful Tibetan merchant today, the first guy I met when I ventured out. He had me in his shop for te ... read more
Asia » India » National Capital Territory » New Delhi The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more