Dia Park Premier
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... have had throughout delhi)
Its intimidating to be honest. Jack has Delhi Belly so we decided its best to stay in the room and get him better before the tour. We did have to venture out as thought we should get some biscuits and crisps for the long journeys that are included and at least with dry food it should hopefully bung him up a little ( we cant use the Imodium already haha! Even though we have at least 40 packets!!) we noticed that almost everything ...
... called The Salaam Baalak Trust (http://www.salaambaalaktrust.com/), who have helped thousands of street children turn their lives around. We paid for an interesting walking tour - one of the ways they raise funds for shelter, education and healthcare - of the backstreets of Paharganj, and gave a donation which will hopefully go a long way.
Finally the day came to catch our train down to Goa...
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... about the girls getting some henna and me joining in with a very manly Om and flower arrangement on my forearm before we went and tackeled the crazy clocktower market. This was definitely a local market, although imagine cows, motor bikes and auto rickshaws winding through the crowds and in between the stalls. I had a delicious but dubious spicy veg and panner donut that would prove to be a bad choice later! I also decided that having posted the pacsafe back home I should probably get ...
... rifles and instructed our driver and Barry to get out of the car and open the trunk, then pointed to Barry to open the suitcases. By now I am convinced our driver can hardly wait to off load us? I sat watching from inside the car with much curiosity as to how this was going to unfold. As the one police officer leaned forward to look further into a suitcase and move some things around in it, his rifle strap slipped off his shoulder and slid down his arm, which left the end of the ...
... effort, especially when you're wearing full length clothing to respect the religion. Man it's hot. On the way to our next place to visit Rajesh took it upon himself to be our tour guide which was great! We saw an elephant just randomly crossing the busy main road dodging it's way in between a mess of crazy traffic, I was just waiting for it to crush one of the tiny tuc tucs. He also showed us the commonwealth stadium which hosted the games in 2010, a ...