I had read that you should always lock your hotel room door because the staff will often enter unannounced and without reason. Seemed like a strange thing but fortunately we didn’t have too many problems with this on our trip. This morning, however, there was a knock on the door at 11:45am just as we were packing to check out. There was a security guard at the door and two other men—or, it might have been three—who wanted to check out the air conditioning unit outside of our window. At least, that is is what I gathered from the security guards' broken English and hand gestures. Anyway, three men walking into your room, tearing back the shades, and opening the window, is a bit intrusive and bothersome—especially when we have only 15 minutes before we have to check out. Anyway, they did their thing and left and I closed the door behind them. But, I didn’t lock it. And without fail, two minutes later, a staff member burst in asking if we’d like fresh towels or more toilet paper. It’s a strange way of doing things. Lock your doors when in India.