Hare Rama Guest House
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... architect who designed it. From there we headed off to see Humayun's Tomb. So who was Humayun and why would people be interested today in seeing his tomb? He was a 16th C Mughal Emperor, grandfather of Shah Jahan who built the Red Fort, the Taj Mahal in Agra, and what we call today Old Delhi. When he died, his wife grieved so much that she had this tomb built, even though it took 10 years to complete. Where Humayan's body rested in the intervening years ...
... in such a bad state and so thin, we walked past one that I think was dying, and the locals are not kind to them. I've seen them kick them, spit on them and throw stones at them. I saw a litter off tiny tiny pups and bent down to give them a fuss, they were all jumping up at new and wagging their tails. There was a little runt we tried but was so weak, all his little ribs were poking out. A guy said I could buy him for 100 rupee, a pound!!!! Just wanted to take them ...
... sold and a four storey house built. Anyway, we ended the day with our last supper together...Noah and Marissa were heading back to Colorado via Mumbai the next day so we had a fab dinner and said goodbye the following day as we prepared fir different flights to continue adventures or head home. All I can say....is that this was a BRILLIANT group to tour with and we had so much fun! Even our CEO said so....so must be ...
... height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Tuk tuks/autorickshaw used - 8 (+2)
Scooters used - 3
Elephants used - 0
Ferrys used - ...
... trading, chewing the fat, playing cricket (if there's a spare few yards of area clear anywhere in India, this will be what it will be used for!). One of the best people watching places there is. Given the long dry summer the water was incredibly low - we could imagine it would look like a completely different place after the monsoon. Also being this time of year we counted less than a ...