Hotel Kelson DX
Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... the Rajpath, a collection of massive Raj era buildings where the Indian government is now located. These included the massive round Sansad Bhavan (Parliament House), the North and South Secretariat and the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's House). At the far end of the Rajpath (some 2km) was the India Gate, a huge 42m high war memorial.
... walked away with our fair share of aching muscles.
Due to the intensity of the night sessions we skipped out on a few of the morning self practice sessions to try some more relaxing forms of yoga and to explore the area a bit. We spent one morning white-water rafting down the Ganges over a range of rapids ranging from grade 1 to a grade 4, it was a nice change from our daily regime and the safety standards were just enough to make as ...
... the air.
The streets were teeming with life and action. Permanently. We stopped at a junction and a street seller tried to lure us with his product. A foot long plastic plane. We declined, believing it would be cumbersome on our travels.
We arrived. Our host suggested that 'the lady may want to retire to her room as she is hot and tired'. Thank you. A quick rest was had and we were off.
And so it began. We ...
... to do a few more on my trip but will try to make them more polished and indeed a bit shorter.
Anyway, after such a heart warming and indeed 'strawberry letter' update - let's end with a truly special picture or two.
... away, and back we go to collect our missing member and reassure him that he has not been voted off the tribe. I really do need to get more sleep on these tours (which would probably involve less blogging). Our final stop of the day is the Qutub Minar, once the world’s tallest "skyscraper" at almost 240 feet high. We return to the hotel, dazed and dazzled by all we have seen and glad for a late morning departure ...