Hotel 32nd Milestone
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Quote of the day from a local..."Stop blowing your horn you bloody bugger" Meena had kindly asked us round for breakfast before departing for our day around Old Delhi. Here we were treated to some traditional Indian breakfast dishes of idlis with various chutneys, sambar, and a dish some what like semolina. All delicious food just not the easiest to stomach at that time of the day. Safe to say we're missing our porridge and coco pops! First stop for the second day ...
... daily life on high, a culture like none other and it comes at you full speed. On these kinds of outings on our own, our comfort zones are certainly pushed, but, we also know we see things the slick white tour bus full of tourists waving at us covered in Delhi dirt and dust and sweat did not get to see, touch or smell like we did as we made our way through the streets. Our destination is the popular Chandni Chowk, the captivating main street of Old Delhi and the renowned ...
... them to be quiet - the fella did nothing to help and the volume from the kids and mother got higher and higher. At one point the mother had headphones on watching a film and was screaming at the top of her voice at this kid who was actually well behaved considering. Everybody turned to see what was going on but the woman was oblivious. I kept giving the fella a dirty look in the hope he would do something to help but only once or twice he spoke to the toddler.
... the streets where police and Swat were keeping watch, as there were still some festivities going on - Definitely a "no nonsense" zone. Snap a few pictures, eat some ice cream, walk a quarter way down the Rajpath until we deem it too long a walk and turn back - that about sums it up here. Looking forward to one last carnival ride on the metro, we head back to our hotel to eat and prepare for our next morning flight to Mumbai. We hear it's a lot warmer down there.
... as the afternoon downpour set in! Aside from that i spent some time visiting the temple where the Dalai Lama lives and the tibetan museum (for those of you who don't know, McLeod Ganj is where the TIbetan governement currently operates in exile). I also did an Indian Cooking class where i learned how to make Parantha, chapati, navrattan korma, malai kofta and chicken curry...... And got to eat it too... All for the prices of about ...