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... we visited the following places;
Red fort - huge hundreds of years old fort in red sandstone, impressive.
Jantar mantar - a kind of observatory that looks like a giant playground.
Qutub Minar - beautiful Muslim monument.
Akshardam temple - Hindu temple complex only finished in 2005, said to be the largest in the world! Very grand and impressive, also very secretive though so no photo evidence!
Humayuns tomb - Mughal style tomb, ...
... weren’t sure of which terminal to go to as we were domestic connecting to an international flight. The driver tried to help us however we still ended up at the wrong terminal. We did speak with English speaking check in staff, who instructed us to go to Terminal 2. They also specifically told us where to pick up the terminal shuttle, not just pointing into oblivion as we have experienced often here.
Both flights were packed ...
... wonderful sleep for 4 hours before our adventure of India started in full. We were picked up by Mr Inder who was now fully aware where our hotel was and were taken to the Qutab Minar, the tallest free standing minaret in India. We were greeted by a gentleman who became our guide for the day and was excellent in giving us the history of the Mineret and the Hindu temple which was built alongside many many years ago. Carvings were explained ...
Day 3, 4 and 5 have been mainly occupied by family gatherings and eating. It generally comprised of visiting a cousin where there is usually a congregation of lots of relatives and an ensuing feast. We talk in detail about life in Australia and continue comparisons between the two countries on many aspects which is starting to take its toll on me. I seem to be repeating myself a lot, justify a lot of the differences and as expected, enduring repeated questioning of my plans ...
... they won't have a formal wedding, there is no car or house (with real walls, windows and a roof) to own, society and previous generations have taught them this is their destiny and its not to be changed or debated. The picture is bleak but I wanted you to see why I chose this program and this area of the world. I always considered myself extremely lucky having an amazing wife and mother, a great career that paid dividends, and for the most part good health. This first section ...