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... still tucked away in a folder. I can’t tell if this was the same guy or not. But he gave good prices and I picked up a couple pieces of jewelry. Some presents, some for me. Elena also got some pieces.
We then went down the street to Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. I had never actually gone inside, so today we did. It was fun to walk around barefoot on the stone that was warm from the heat all day. Many people stopped us and asked to take pictures with us. ...
... enriched life now and in the next one. There is always a reason for everything that happens. Who knows. I am overwhelmed.
At the end of the day I didn’t really come home with a definitive answer to the ‘who are we and why are we here’ question and maybe that was my only stupidity to think I would be closer to knowing the meaning of life after my first trip here. I do feel more comfortable in my own skin and my own head and feel very content and ...
... I f_ _ k it not sir! So Jedi that I am, I used my powers of the force and intuition prevailed. I decided that it was back to the airport for me to rethink an emergency strategy. As I left the war bunker, another taxi driver approached me, in pitch black Delhi, now 3:30am in the morning, with positive news of shelter for the night. He wasn't outright about it! But I think he took pity on me and saw that I was almost potentially taken for a ride. Ended up in another ...
... and then exit the station, met Ritu who was running the tour that day on the escalator on the way out, so caught a rickshaw with her down to the start. She pointed out on the way all the homeless people waiting along the side of the road and the vans providing food and medical assistance if required.
The different temples around Old Delhi provide different services (Sikh ...
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