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... hotel has a lovely sun terrace and a cold water jacuzzi that I have been enjoying the last few days. Yesterday evening I had a lovely meal at the roof too restaurant and the restaurant manager told me plenty of stories of Delhi and India in general. I had Chicken Tikka with cucumber pieces shaped like hearts! He said it was not spicy but I knew it would be. It was really tasty together with 2 one liters bottles of water:) Have a good weekend y'all! What am I! American? ...
... conversation whilst weaving side by side in and out of traffic which was funny! Arrived home and had a shower as 10 hours in Delhi and I looked liked a miner arriving home from a day down the pits. Suited me though being northern!
Looking forward to Monday as it's moving day!
Some of the pics stolen from Sarah as connector doesn't work for my camera but will upload some more when I get another ...
... but soon learned that there are any number of people who will offer to help - if you take their taxi/rickshaw/go to their shop etc. We got used to marching purposefully forward, ignoring the vendors who swarm round like wasps round a jam pot. We saw the Red Fort, Humayun' s tomb, Lodhi gardens (where we did some yoga with Avnish) Fatehpur Sikri and of course the wondrous Taj Mahal.We ate in a great restaurant, Chor Bizarre, (thanks Claude), and we learned that ...
... and then I am sent to permanent home-stay for 2 weeks of
volunteering in Sector 10. I arrive at
the perm home-stay and am later greeted by other volunteers and later that
evening head to the orphanage which was set up by Bandhu and also is our host
at the home-stay (Zac, Lauren, Anthony, Kelsey, HD, Shivani, Roopa, Maggie,
Morgan and Mosa are at the home-stay).
During my volunteer work, my schedule consists of ...