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... then they could figure out who they met at the Red Fort. So with big smiles on our faces after Bree’s paparazzi moment, we headed back to the car and off to our next stop.
Next we visited the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. This was a beautiful monument made out of black granite with a very intricate pattern of fresh flowers placed on top and an eternal flame burning in the background. Of course it is a very popular tourist destination as well and ...
... city sprawls over 1485 square acres and is divided into two parts, Old and New Delhi. This city is also considered a city of 7 cities and Old Delhi is the 7th city. Delhi is a city of about 16 million and became the capital of Indiana when King George V broke the foundation stone. This fortified city was built for about 75'000 but now has 1,000,000 within those fortified walls. Delhi is one of the most expensive pockets of the world. There are ...
... you alone. We left the tourist office after booking a driver to take us around the Golden Triangle for the rest of the week, it had to be easier than doing it alone.
Early the next morning, we met our driver, Ashoke, a 50 year old local man married with twin daughters. He was so nice and helpful straight away and his car even had seatbelts, we knew we had made the right decision. He drove us around Delhi, telling us the history ...
... One of the men in the crowd exclaimed "Is he drinking the local water?" as Trent poured a cup of water from the communal jug and drank heartily. I shrugged, trying to appear nonplussed as I channelled Brad Pitt from World War Z (embarrassed sigh) and started counting how long between ingestion and toilet trouble. The friendly Delhi looked impressed and Trent has had the last laugh and remains in good health as I write.
Most of our time this morning ...
... Found a tuk tuk to get us back to the hotel and even managed to figure out way home through the alleys. Usual forage for dinner and blogging for me before bed. I do have to mention one small note about the bathrooms at B&B. All excellent and clean with good hot water, a small feat in India but between the sink and the toilet lays the shower - with no curtain or floor separation. Not unusual in many parts of the world. But if you can imagine the pond of water that ...