My hotel said to look in Connaught Place for the bus, and the cost is now 400 INR. It took me more than one hour to walk around, nobody knew about the bus, no signs, and even bus drivers didn't know how to send me on the way. Finally one nice woman on Parliment street where I was told the bus started, found information on her phone and told me to wait 20 minutes on the roadside itself, not the busstop, and indeed the bus arrived. I was asked a lot of questions by the lady on the bus, and told to pay 600 INR!!! Then she started a long and not clear explanation that the bus has to drive to the starting point, and although I wanted specific to go to the Lotus temple, that is the green bus and it will take another one hour and a half before that will go. So I was so tired of walking around, that I resigned to stay on what appeared to be the red line. Most stops were known to me from earlier visits, so I stayed on and made the whole circuit. In principle i think the idea is good, but first there is a need for improving the way to reach the bus stops. Someone else might have given up, it was frustrating looking for a bus nobody knows about. Also the price is high: for that sum you can take your own taxi and stop wherever you want, tuk-tuk's are even cheaper. The bus was clean, and there were some explanations during the drive, but for all that it is too expensive. Next time, when I hope to see the Lotus Temple finally, I'll take a taxi or tuk-tuk.
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