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... adjusting to the travellers. Feel my blog the other day came across very strongly, I think it was the Delhi belly mainly talking. There are also two Irish guys who've just moved in who are okay, and it's nice for someone else to be dying in the heat instead of all these pro travellers who have seen "the real india". I'm starting to get used to things a little bit more but the shock is unbelievable. Who's stupid idea was it to come to India first ...
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Today we hired a taxi for the day to show us around Delhi. Due to the upcoming Independence Day celebrations, we were unable to enter the Red Fort. We visited Raj Ghat where there is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. There is a marble platform with an eternal flame that marks the spot of his 1948 cremation. From there we visited Humayun's tomb. At the entrance to the park we watched a cobra charmer. While visiting the tomb area ...
... other and then went to meet Jon at the British High Commission where we were treated to an hour of music from the Gurkha military band in the palm tree-lined garden. It was all jolly splendid, what what.
Later that night, we went to one of the most popular Indian restaurants in Delhi, Indian Accent, where Jon had booked us a table far in advance. It was well beyond any reasonable traveller budget but it was ...
... my dad's 20-70mm Nikon lens snapped in half, a few sore muscles, and a vein-full of adrenaline. Katie was safe, but the dog was gone. Our loyal companion just vanished. Amazingly, what happened just 5 minutes later made the lost dog dilemma about as significant as filling up your car. Katie, now walking in front of me, was verbally replaying the incident when she casually placed her left foot on a steeper section of the gravel path. The tread of her Salomons failed to hold, and ...