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... much because of the noise and the very blocked sinuses.
The area we are staying in has one of the biggest markets in Delhi, so we venture out, but not far to see the action. Its is madness, so its back to the hotel.
Our tour starts today and our driver and guide meet us at 9am and we are off to see the city. We are taken to may interesting place, none of which i can remember what they are called. Now we have both seen a fair bit ...
... for photographing the young males fighting, which I particularly wanted to do. Unfortunately when we arrived, the park HQ informed us that Tal Chappar had experienced a night of torrential rain making it impassable for our jeep, so walking was the option (fine anyway) but walking was only permitted in a small area. As it turned out that was not a problem, as I saw the fighting males quite close up, plus finally took some great pictures of a Hoopoe. The Antelope ...
... können. Sie fielen überhaupt nicht auf. Die leuchtenden Saris alleine waren schon nicht zu übersehen…
Die Halsketten und Ohrringe der Juweliere sind aus dickem Gold und mit so vielen Steinen belegt, dass man kaum glauben mag, dass so etwas wirklich getragen wird. Doch wir werden eines besseren belehrt. Auf einer Zugfahrt lernten wir Sunil kennen. Er hatte vor kurzem geheiratet und zeigte uns stolz ein Hochzeitsfoto auf seinem Handy. ...
... were back at our hotel. So now you might have an idea of what our hotel was like. All these rooms surrounding this amazing courtyard, plus the detailed paintings on the walls.
Our host asked if we wanted some food, but we needed to have a cold shower – the walk outside had us both drenched!
After we'd freshened up we went to their little restaurant, that has a lovely balcony overlooking the street (unfortunately though, it was too hot to sit on it, so inside ...
... smallest thing he had (a small handdrawn picture of Ganesh - the god of prosperity - also known for having an elephant's head). We thought he would be pleased about this, but then he just tried to sell us more, so we left as quickly as we could!
We bought some tasty snacks (like cardamom flavored sweets, and some fresh fruits) and headed back to the hotel.
The touts were a bit tiring...but we are getting better at saying "no thanks" firmly and leaving them behind.