Dia Park Premier
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... applaud. I'm sadden by this, I've looked into his eyes! Guest relations Shivanti sends yellow roses and a box of chocolates. She is genuinely very concerned for me! Pool time is needed. Rob swims but for me it's now a consistent battle to stay calm and not think about where I am and how far away home is. We sleep from 4-7. Go to dinner and then back to bed. We've planned to go to the Taj Mahal in the morning. Driver will pick us up at ...
... but to no avail. We came across a beautiful elephant with his handler and I baled out of the car to get some pats in and some photos, when I said thank you for letting me take a photo, the handler immediately started shouting at me for money, Barry quickly realized what was going on and got out of the car with some money for me before I am attacked by a marauding elephant handler. At one point as we crossed into another State, our driver suddenly veered off the road, parked ...
Well woke up at 5:30 to see the Taj as mum said last time there were huge lines in the say so should get there early! There wasn't much of a line we pretty much walking in although they checked our bags pretty strictly and took mums tobacco and lighter away.. She was more annoying at losing the lighter than half a pouch of tobacco! Being there at the end of sunrise was ...
... evident. After wandering through Qutab Minar we headed over to the Haus Kaus district which is a small artsy village with several trendy restaurants. We ate in a rooftop Mediterranean Restaurant. The Hummus was outstanding with warm Pita bread. Just these two stops took up most of the day as we did everything at a leisurely pace rather than the upcoming “roller skating” through as many monuments as you can with limited time in a tour group. ...
... reciting passages through song. Here we also saw the preparation ofthe offering to the Sikh God, a meal that many of the followers eat after worship. I have to say I saw probably the biggest frying pan
I've ever seen.
We then navigated our way through some of Old Delhi's side streets. A sprawling maze of narrow passages with many a store visible and people everywhere. With the weather also
being wet, it seemed to make the pollution ...