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... head. Ack to the hotel, and leave by 5pm for the airport. We would grab dinner along the way.
Our first stop stop was the Indian Gate, a monument to India's troops killed in World War I. President Obama was there a few weeks ago. We then headed to a monument built by Hindus and Muslims around 1,000 years ago. It is a giant tower that looks very similar to one of the towers in the Lord of the Rings movie "The Two Towers". Very cool. We did a bit ...
... to board with me. I have to say it is an odd feeling being stared at or through, such blatant curiosity can be a little unsettling. It took us well over an hour to get to where we wanted and stepping off the train with hundreds of others was like stepping into another world. As we wind our way through the streets, I remind myself this is the Old Delhi, the gritty guts of an old city, chaotic, impoverished, many fakirs (beggars), sick people, hawkers, storekeepers, ...
... or a place where the living are closer to the holy. Singing or chanting in a place of worship could create a tirtha,presence of water, or some other form of touch or prayer...basically anywhere where the path from earth to heaven is less. Graham and I's tirtha in this case however, happened to be in our hotel bathroom. I had been complaining (as I mentioned earlier) about our lack of hot water for going on 3 weeks now. Finally someone in the hotel decided to get ...
Last Stop- Delhi All holidays must come to an end and this return trip to Delhi signifies that. I woke up early to try to do some shooting of the banks but the fog was too thick so opted to find other things to shoot. Had our last delicious breakfast outdoors with the day already getting warm before our saree shopping. After too many choices and about 1 hr of pawing at silk, it was time to pack and get ready to catch our flight. Sonu and another young man ...
... hotel and our taxi driver is waiting for us to take us on our tour of delhi for the day. He doesn't speak much English at all but to be fair he knows his way around and is pretty handy at manoeuvring through the chaotic streets. Our first stop was the Red Fort and this place was amazing from the outside before we had stepped in. The walls were incredibly high and it was so big it took us 15 minutes just to walk round one half of the outside to find the entry gate. As ...