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Add to this............., staying alive by the bee gees and countless other classic songs and you'll realise I'm just back from a top Delhi night out feeling ever so slightly refreshed!l
The moral of this story- if you're a gobshite - is do not expect to go to a club - on your own -for a quiet night and expect to ...
... to Agra in half.
The Taj is truly a masterpiece, a wonder of the world and we stood in awe to take it all in. The crowds were a bit overwhelming, but our guide Anu, was an expert at maneuvering us through the chaos and the front of the line. We enjoyed hearing his historical tales of the Taj - which he never tired of telling and some of the photos that we posted are his 'artsy' shots of us at the Taj. Enjoy!
... Place happened to be a big music and performance festival too. It felt like the whole city gathered there. But more likely it was just another ordinary Sunday in Delhi ;) Nahm die U-Bahn zum Stadtzentrum mit seinen beeindruckenden Regierungsgebaeuden und dem grossen Indien Tor. Uebrigens, eine Fahrt mit der Metro ist eine ganz eigene Erfahrung. Das Menschengewimmel ist unfassbar! Und diese U-Bahn kein Ort fuer Klaustrophobiker. Dann wanderte ich Richtung Einkaufs-"Meile" ...
... bag of emotion... nerves, happiness, excitment, wonder, amazement, fear, everything... at super charge level...
i think those kind of things at that level, make you start to realise something fundamental about life and myself in general... one thing... i'm just one person in th world... done... and another thing... wow... there's soooooooooooooo many ppl on planet earth.... all here... struggling along... getting ...
... seeing Karen and I affected by the smells. By chance we also wandered down a side alley which turned into a maze of stalls and shops selling the most beautiful range of saris in every imaginable colour and pattern. Some were selling for anything up to the equivalent of $1000 Australian Dollars. Tonight is our last night in Delhi before traveling by sleeper train to Varanasi the holy city tomorrow. Will keep you posted on the adventure that will be our first Indian ...
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