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... for the Americans who are moving here! But I also learned so much about Hinduism vs. Buddhism, Religions in India, culture, fashion, customs, etc. It was so great to be able to ask so many questions while I am on the way to this fascinating country. I am excited to explore!! I've already fell in love with it and I haven't even landed. Oops. I expected to feel 'different' when I stepped off the plane. I can't explain what I expected, but as I stepped off the plane, there was ...
... and I was sat next to a really nice but very chatty lady from Sri Lanka. Then I arrived in Delhi and was greeted by Alex, niomis friend from Austria who we are staying with for the next month. We were swiftly picked up by their personal driver called Rakesh, a complete babe. He is paid a pittance of what someone would earn in England but with a whole load more charm. On the motorway it is constant stop start traffic and each time we stop the sight of white ...
... the usual, which is not a problem at all.
Not long after we're done eating, it's time. Now! We're skirmished out the door again and bundled into the car through shouted farewells and we're off. If you've never driven through a militarized city it may be hard to understand the vibe. In this case, unlike, say, the Green Zone during the Iraq war, there is no "enemy" to look out for here. This is not an engagement scenario; this is a reactive one. No ...
... the atmosphere. I had a lovely eggplant tomato curry, with cheese naan mmmm good! The next day was the visit to the city palace museum. This large fortification still houses the local royals but also has two hotels, a museum, shopping and a high school, and very importantly a place to park you elephant. I continue to be impressed by the architecture and ask how did they build these palaces and forts without cranes and modern machinery and in less than 100 years. It is ...
... to do a few more on my trip but will try to make them more polished and indeed a bit shorter.
Anyway, after such a heart warming and indeed 'strawberry letter' update - let's end with a truly special picture or two.