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... of Republic Day. We were able to stop and get a good look at the government buildings, President's House and Parliament House.
These buildings were completed in 1931 by the British. The massive red sandstone buildings were designed to combine British, Indian and Muslim styles. They are very beautifully maintained and are very impressive.
Our final stop was at Emperor Humayun's tomb, the ...
... els seus companys de classe per Skype per fer presentacions sobre el que estava aprenent i vivint. El dia més fort va ser quan ho vam dir a les nostres respectives empreses: a partir de llavors, ja ho vam poder dir a tothom i va ser com treure’s un pes de sobre.
Aquest viatge hauria estat molt diferent si no hagués existit internet. Durant aquest any, no volíem pas "desconnectar" del món sinó, tot el contrari, ...
... water and paints at each other resulting in everything becoming one messy rainbow. However Delhi is where the festival is at its rowdiest and allegedly where young Indians use it more as an excuse to get drunk and grope girls in the madness (At least the Irish are open about it).
The train has gifted us with some interesting bunk mates. We're in 3AC which means there's air con (hurrah!) and 3 bunks on each side of the compartment. We have 2, a young Indian guy has one ...
... the territory of being there. It was really hard and so sad. We reached the top of the steps and were only allowed to bring in one camera. We all let Jacci take hers because she has the nice camera! We took off our shoes and left them outside because you have to do that at all holy places. We were then covered in a patterned draping as well. They looked really funny on us girls because we all had our pocketbooks underneath so we looked extremely lumpy. But on the plus side ...
... I met up with the group the other side of security, said my goodbyes as they are on a different flight to London and headed for the lounge to relax. Boarded the flight sat in seat 1A, just behind the pilots. Flat bed and champagne luxury to celebrate the end of the trek ! I'll miss the stunning scenery and the people I met on the trek. I won't miss the icy toilets, mountain sickness, the basic stodgy food, black tea & porridge. It was really good fun though ...