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Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... sure they're all connected and charging at the end of the day. I think I'll even let them use my key to lock the cart too. They'll probably like that a lot.
I set up my classroom blog today too. All teachers have one instead of sending out a paper newsletter.
So in addition to having an awesome assistant, there are just people to do EVERYTHING. If you walk around outside of the elementary school buildings, at any given time there are 10-15 guys sawing, ...
... some Gibran and Rumi books. There is a nice outdoor terrace at our hotel and the weather is perfect for sitting outside and reading.
We were surprised to see many wild monkeys roaming the streets. There is a stray monkey problem in Delhi.
We had dinner at Lazeez Affaire. Really amazing Indian food and we had a nice conversation with the table of Indian people sitting next to us.
It was a nice day in ...
... with well-to-do New Delhi gentry. No tourists really. The menu was a mix of western and Indian food but we stuck to the Indian fare and of course ordered far too much but it was a lot of fun people watching as we observed how the wealthier side of India lives. After lunch we really felt like a sleep but we were off to see Janta Manta, a fascinating installation of astronomical observation instruments. Well they are like buildings actually but angled in certain ways to ...
... this building – behind each of the other two doors another family resided. Outside the house was a washing area with a water pump and a small tree; from the tree hung a baby swing, which M sat down in. I pushed her for a while and then on seeing that the men were deep in conversation, tried to talk to her a little more. She was still very quiet. I got out the presents that I had brought for her and she thanked me. She did raise a smile when she was playing with the bubbles, but ...
... a lot to see in Delhi, but it wasn't really my cup of tea or Amy's for that matter. I found it very very busy (which is usual as it is the capital to a country with over a billion population) and just annoying.
We didnt spend long in Delhi only the one night so there isnt much to write about it.
Enjoy the pics