Oyster Paradise - A Boutique Hotel
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... look at the Prime Minister’s house (the Rashtrapi Bhavan) and the two ministries (Finance and Defence) in front which face each other. These buildings stand at one end of a grand ceremonial avenue, the Rajpath, which has India Gate, a large triumphal arch, at the other end. All of this area of New Delhi (buildings, roads, monuments etc) were designed by English architect Sir Edward Lutyens in the 1920’s in the twilight of the ...
... the road, you can find a fascinating open air museum where all ancient techniques to measure the time of the day are exposed. The site itself is called Jantar Mantar and it is entirely registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is truly amazing to see how sophisticated some of these techniques are, given the fact that they were used hundreds of years ago and that they are based on complex calculations. The variety of the instruments and ...
... on by upsetting the tired locals.
It was impressive inside and very beautiful but busy!!! Our guide mentioned that there were about 10,000 visiting today and gets as high as 60,000 in the peak season!
Our guide also informed us that the story of the Taj's construction was to pay hommage to his dead third wife whom he loved dearly. On her death, his hair turned grey as she passed away ...
... who specialises in military self defence.
Getting a bit over excited about all the familiar restaurants, we indulged in more junk food than we would usually have in a year (including our time in Delhi after returning from the Taj Mahal this was shamefully; McDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut, Subway, Starbucks and Dominos).
After two days in Delhi we hopped on the train to Agra, the city home to the Taj Mahal.
The queuing began at 5.30am ...
Travelling for a year is a gift that is truly a life event and we are confident that the experiences are now part of us and have made us more sensitive to the world we live in. We hope that these experiences help Elena and Ariana live as committed passionate people, who respect others and find happiness living in a world that is so rich and diverse.
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