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... asleep slumped over the gas tank, ten to a tuk tuk with additional spots for ten or more on the roof of many vehicles, massive transport trucks loaded beyond beyond and every other type of overloaded means of transport. Animals and children become so street smart at an early age. I was constantly waiting to see death occur but we only came across the aftermath of a few unlucky dogs and a couple of cows. The final hinderance is the lanes on the road. Firstly they wouldn't even rate ...
... driver found a shop dealing more with cell/mobile phones. He had an Indian charger that looked a little flimsy. Got that  and headed into history.
A tuktuk trip of any duration is not fast so you may as well enjoy the scenery. In India, that often means the traffic. Passed the Agra Fort on the L bank of the Yamuna River; the baby Taj, on its R bank. Did have good views of the Taj Mahal to/from.
Sikandra was renamed Bihisttabad, the heavenly abode. ...
... nice. After check in we found a Pizza Hut which served as both lunch and dinner.
Next day we had a car and driver to take us on a tour of the city. For the grand sum of 1500Rs ($25) we were taken to all the major attractions of Delhi in about 7.5 hours, which in hindsight was a good decision. First stop was Jama Masjid. This is a huge mosque in Delhi capable of holding 25,000 people for prayer. I was wearing short sleeves so was forced to cover ...
Craving for Noodle Soup
There wasn't much to write about today. The Delhi Belly had me so sick that I was bed ridden the entire day. I wouldn't even dare to leave 30 mins without any access to a toilet bowl. It was that serious. Every medication I had on me was washed down with lots of mineral water.
Luckily Sanu came to check on me as I didn't get to go to the money changer with him last night. He was very concerned and ...
... day of regarding things as, and in turn being regarded as, tourists.
We try to see a Bollywood movie but the big cinema is only showing an action film and those are too similar to our Hollywood product to offer the novelty we seek. We ask Pal to drop us off at the hotel. Tom continues to team with us as we eat dinner there then return to a room that the loitering staff should have used its time upgrading to actually clean. "Yawn" for the wrong reason and good ...