Hotel Chaupal Gurgaon
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Today we visited the Lotus Temple. It was weird waking up with only half of the group left but we all ventured out at 9am. It wasn't the same viewing the temple without knowing anything about it because our tour guide wasn't with us but it was still nice. The temple is like the opera house in design and was completed in December of 1986. After this we visited the India gates where we were surrounded by ...
... curiosity and kindness and other times not so much. There were times cameras were turned on us as we went about our day, often times I would look around and a cell phone was aimed at us. A young family we came cross at the Taj literally threw their two week daughter into Barry's arms as they wanted her to be photographed with a male foreigner, once that was done I was asked to join in. While caring for Lilly we stayed in a lovely complex with a mix of town homes and ...
... unknown! Along the main road we came across a Sikh temple so we went inside to have a look. Before going in we were given communal head scarfs with Ni was convinced would have nits crawling in them. We also had to wash our feet in the 'holy' water which some nutters were drinking.. Let me just set the scene: cloudy coloured is which has been there for goodness knows how long, which millions upon millions of dirty, smelly feet are being washed in constantly throughout the ...
... us the best curry we have ever eaten which is a big statement coming from the Balti capital of the world, Birmingham. Full up and satisfied, we returned to Mr. Singh, who had bought us each a sweetie and took us safely home. We woke up this morning exhausted and dreading the thought of a bucket shower, however, Mr. Singh was waiting for us outside our hotel and our first destination was Qutab Minar, a soaring stone tower 72m high, built by Qutub-Ud-dinaibak in 1193. At its ...
... to traffic but still managed to see loads. Some of the more interesting ones were The Lotus Temple for the Bahai faith and the Akshardham Temple, the largest Hindu religious temple in the world. It's recently new and the stone carving is stunning but couldn't take any pics as you have to check everything into a cloakroom, inc phones and cameras. Was one of the first places that I felt I was in India. Given that everything is carved by hand, must have taken a few ...
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