Hotel 32nd Milestone
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... Seeing the elephant along the 4 lane highway (actually was in one of the lanes) was like a Tweety Bird moment off of Looney Tunes: "I tough I taw - I did! I did!! I did tee elephant!" I finally found out what the white building was off in the horizon from my hotel room. Its the called the Lotus Temple, the most visisted temple in India, Sorry Abi, still no monkeys yet! ...
... pillar corridors. The rest were pillaged by the Turks and the Mughals. From a distance the mix of Indo & Islamic works and ruins look stunning.Prithviraj Chauhan lost his kingdom to the invaders in the second battle of Tarain. The first one was his. If only he had purusued them in the first edition and routed them completely - the Qutub Minar will not exist ...
My first impression and experience of India was a bit scary.
Alone at the airport, unsure of where my friends are, trying to cope with the sweltering heat and wondering what to do next, watching the number of people turning up multiply as the hours went by and being helped to get a taxi by a friendly monk ensured that my first day will forever be unforgettable.
Once I arrived at the house and sat down with the family for lunch ...
... surprises, both pleasant and otherwise. Admittedly, we re being cautious. We are, for instance, being very careful about everything we're eating and drinking. While we're loving the Indian food at every meal, we're hoping to avoid the dreaded "Delhi belly" so common among travelers here. Unlike other countries, we are avoiding eating street food, difficult, since it looks and smells good. So far, so good ...
... Bollywood film. Afterwards we got into our tuc tuc and took them through a MacDonalds drive through for the craic. It took a while to explain why we were doing this to the drivers. They kept saying go in and order food for take awake. Driving through in a tuc tuc was lost on them. Back on to train for a few hours to get to Orchha, a small town of only 8k people, exists as two streets in a cross, a palace complex, a flowing and non flowing river (which was just solid green ...