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Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... shyness, and absolutely no one judging as long as you're having fun. It's about time I mention the camera crew. It's made up of 8 people who are documenting the entire 3 days through photos, videos and gopro footage- they even have a drone camera that they use to get aerial shots! It's quite the paparazzi. They're also big drinking enablers. They'd come around with bottles of mixed drinks and poor them into your mouth on camera - spring break style. Next they had syringes ...
... breakfast. After the tour me and Kirsty decided to walk around old Delhi for a bit. We visited the red light district which is just a normal street during the day but nearby got into a spot of bother with a local. He saw us sitting on the pavement smoking and we thought he wanted a cigarette. He then started to follow us and grab me but spoke no English. I was pushing him off and began to shout at him to go away but he persisted and got out money and was showing me money and ...
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... of Delhi, more homeless people and poverty than I thought possible in one city, animals that you had to dodge with every step (and the poop that they left everywhere) and people bathing on the streets. Our next stop was at the Jarna Masjid (great mosque) which was very impressive. The size of the mosque was amazing and can fit up to 25,000 Muslims for prayer at any one time. During Eid the mosque is overflowing with people and they even pray in the ...
... to view the external grounds, walk around the building and take photographs right at the windows of the interior.
I truly enjoyed my visit to the temple. I went with a friend from the tour, Isy, and we both enjoyed seeing a piece of modern history- a rarity in India and other parts of my trip throughout the 5 months.
It is truly a beautiful place where you cannot help but feel a spiritual presence.