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1) Gabriele 
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(1) Those who want to travel the country from the elevated perspective of a coach with 20 people speaking the same language as you, will not get much out of travelling with a driver and a car.

Those who want to directly experience the country, its people, its animals, its aromas and its road side eateries, should consider this mode of travelling.

Via email we began our travel preparations with Ashok’s Taxi Tour in Germany, and all our queries were answered promptly.

Even though our flight was delayed by 10 hours, a driver welcomed us at Indira Gandhi International Airport with a personalised name board. The driver called up Mr. Ashok on the spot to confirm our arrival and we also had a chance to speak to Mr. Ashok on the phone.

Our first hotel in Delhi, Hotel Le Roi, selected by Mr. Ashok – although it was located, as it initially appeared to us novices, in a rather unsafe-looking neighbourhood – turned out to be a delightful choice. The value you get for your money was amazing.

Also Mr. Ashok confirmed that someone would be available 24 hours a day, should we have any questions or complaints.

And then our long journey through Rajasthan (17 days) began through the country with our driver Mr. Gurmeet Singh. For us it still isn’t comprehensible how he managed to never lose his temper in all the traffic, with people and animals jam-packing the roads. If we required anything, like freshly squeezed orange juice, sweets, food, toilets, he would say “why not, why not?” and fulfil our wishes instantly.

It was “no problem” when we spontaneously changed our minds and wanted to see another monument, or skip a monument. Often times he showed us further sights, which weren’t listed in our guide book. He also knew beforehand that the Taj Mahal would close at around 11am, due to a VIP visiting.

Our worries to not make it in time were instantly eased: “we will definitely arrive in time” – and he was always right! His hotel suggestions were all in our budget, yet we had ultimate freedom in deciding whether or not we wanted to stay in this hotel. He took great care of the cleanliness of his car and of himself.

On the way back to the airport Mr. Ashok called us up and wished us farewell.

Therefore, “everything is alright” and we wish Mr. Ashok and his crew of drivers all the best.