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Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... state department brat, grew up all over
Tammy-Houson, but has taught in China and maybe somewhere else before I forget
Cheryl-Our amazing team leader who has been teaching since the 70's and has been at AES for 6-7 years. Sadly she's retiring after this year.
Kathleen- grew up abroad (actually went to AES!) but is from Mclean,VA
Jenna- Calls VT home but has taught in Jakarta, Shanghai and London
Trina-from Seattle, most recently been in Hawaii
This past week I participated in two very special holidays, one very familiar and one completely new. The familiar, Passover, which commemorates the Israelites' exodus from Egypt, began Monday. When I originally booked the trip I was aware that I would be missing out on my usual Passover traditions, and that it would be increasingly challenging to maintain the dietary laws while away, but I figured a new experience would be interesting and I was not interested ...
... through the things we had bought during the day. In the hotel lobby we sat and chatted with some of the other guests to compare our days. There were some loud Americans who had just returned from Nepal and lots of Aussies. For a small hotel it had a lot of guests. After resting for a bit we headed out to explore the areas around the hotel. After walking for about 10 minutes we found Karol Bagh market in fill swing. The guidebook had described it as 'full of bling' and sure ...
... had very little clue what exactly was going on! My guide announced that this was “the traditional dress worn in UK” and I looked up, wondering where on Earth he’d been in the UK. He then explained that he meant Uttarakhand, the Indian state, rather than my home!
After tea had been drunk I needed to use the washroom. This was located up a further spiral staircase, on the roof. When I say that the toilet was on the roof, I really mean it. The roof was flat with ...
... first garden tomb built in India in memory of the secondMughal emperor Humayan, it was built by his wife (Harmida Banu Begum) it was designed by a Persian in1562 and completed in 1565
The tomb established the standard for Mughal monuments (even the Taj Mahal)
We walked round; it was in quite good condition really, considering the people who have over run this country in this time
I found several coffins, the one in the middle must be the old boy ...