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After this we dispersed. Some of us went to take a nap, while others went for a walk. Unfortunately, we missed an important ceremony wherein beautiful jewelry--some of which came from Suvi's mom's wedding--was attached to Suvi's wrists. This was a significant weight for both of Suvi's arms, but she was not allowed to take it off until later in the evening, after she officially becomes Rakteem's wife. We did, however, get to enjoy ...
... us if we wanted some girls and he said he could get us some- we declined and said we had no interest. Not only would it definitely be dodgy but we had no cash anyway - ;) haha! He continues to tell us he really wanted a foreign girl - even though he was married and we stopped off at some more unique temples along the way. We arrived in Agra and he said that we would get a guide to take us around the Taj, at first a guide came to the window and they argued back and fourth before I ...
After another slightly scary bus trip we get into Delhi with the hope of going to the train station, buying a ticket then jumping on a train straight to Mumbai. Er wrong. Get to the train station end up at some travel agent who can get us a train in two days or a flight. After a bit of heated discussion we decide to fly the next day.
So an unexpected night in Delhi, which turned out to be a nice very small sight seeing day. ...
... Cars, tuk tuks and rickshaws all barged their way through the road, lanes for driving is not a focus here. The side streets looked interesting with stalls selling saris , bags, kitchenware and western t-shirts, but most of this will have to wait till our return trip in 2 weeks time. What was noticeably different in Delhi compared to Mumbai was the bike rickshaws, they would be parked just like taxis line up in a rank outside the ...
... She was a major figure of the country. Tragically, she was assassinated by two of her security guards in the front gate of the house.
Another site we visited was the ruins of Qutb Minar, in the southern outskirt of Delhi which, was very impressive. It is an important and spectacular complex with two massive minars (column) nearly 72meters high and has the first mosque ever built in ...
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