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Today was officially our last day in India. We started our 5 hour road-trip from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur at 4:30 a.m. As we drove, we did make one stop at one village where they showed their lifestyles and how they made breads. We tasted their breads and it's healthier than other breads because it have more fibers and nutrients.
Finally, we arrived Jodhpur where we rode the 30 minutes airplane trip to New Delhi. We arrived at New Delhi and we went straight ...
... The columns had intricate carvings including many human images. Ashim drew our attention to the fact that the faces of all the human images had been removed, consistent with the Islamic practice of not including human images as part of the construction of decoration of a mosque.
We returned to our hotel and had dinner on our own. This is a packing day as tomorrow we head for Jaipur, some 180 miles and six hours of drive time away from Delhi. ...
Ticket Counter Man: When are you returning to India?
Alex: We aren’t.
TCM: You have a one way ticket?
TCM: What is your final destination?
Alex: Tel Aviv, Israel.
TCM: Where are you going after Israel?
TCM: You are flying to Jordan?
Alex: No; we’ll cross overland at Aqaba.
... pretty basic: consisting of greenish gravy with a few chapattis to soak it up. It wasn’t the tastiest of meals we’ve eaten but was an interesting experience.
The next day in Amritsar the sun was out so we decided to explore the city, we soon found out it is one of the most polluted in India with not a lot to do. After an hour of not enjoying the air we were breathing we headed back to the temple to take it in by day before getting a ...
... to). Now all of what i've mentioned
is the case everywhere in Delhi, it's all mental. Just this
particular place being in such a confined area made it VERY mental.
The shrill noise of horns, the chaos combined with the smog, the
heat, trying not to get run over every 2 mins, people openly
slaughtering chickens every 10 shops along....after an hour it was
too much for Tom so it was time to leave! We headed on to Jama
Masjid. Was very impressive, got some ...
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