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... of culture, history, and manufacturing. Our professor was nice enough to give us a five point curve, which I'm sure helped us all out. After the end of the school day, Rudy, Paige, Sabrina, and I decided to venture out to Lodi Garden. It's been on our to do list since day one, and after discovering they have a restaurant we figured what better time then tonight. There is always a new adventure in ...
Hi everyone, we are now in England house and pet sitting in a picture post card town called St. Anne's on the Sea. Some of you avid golfers may recognize the name as the British Open has been played here at the Royal Lytham & St. Anne's Golf club a number of times with the most recent in 2012.
The following is Part 1 of our India experience.
I left you last time with a sunset photo I took as we were descending into Indira Ghandi airport in Delhi and ...
... didn't really work and we ended up with a car surrounded by tapping fingers and hopeful faces. Alex and David said it was fine to eat they would go away but it was difficult. I ended up sharing half with a little boy as I realised I really didn't need it all when I had starving children around me. Not the ideal setting for lunch but eye opening for sure. So it was goodbye to the children and on to old Delhi for some more exploring. By this time the traffic jams were at their ...
... as first time tourists to the country. The metro was a unique experience, although it was not too dissimilar to the London Underground. We got off at Rajiv Chowk and braced the unprecedented numbers of Delhi commuters. Finding Connaught Place, we were happy to find a tourist destination, despite being unsure what this tourist sight had to offer. A few conversations later we were chaperoned by a keen local to what appeared to be the official tourist office in Delhi. Welcomed ...
... and dirty. Lots of visible illness from full body scars, to people with body growths, to limb deficiency. Been a holy city, I guess it brings them there. Down by the Ganges river, we got to witness the cremations of the dead. Numerous bodies were awaiting to be cremated, as more and more kept coming in in various family processions. The display of music and decoration of the remains, depended on the class of person. The remains were first dipped into the Ganges before been ...
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