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... caught a Tuk-tuk back to our hotel. Caroline sorted her stuff out and we helped her catch a tuk-tuk to the main train station in order for her to get to the airport. It was our final goodbye but we hope to meet up again in the future. With only the 2 of us left, we headed into Paharganj for a drink in one of the many cheap bars before we took a Cyclo (Cycle taxi) to Connaught Place. This was a very modern shopping complex in the middle of a huge market. The centre of the ...
... red cross building, to see a contact that was the friend of a friend whose working there and who was going to try and help me out of my current predicament. On meeting here I was told to do the Golden triangle, then instead of travelling around from east of it, instead travel west! Which also concurred with the advice given to me by the good guy tourist board last night. So the train bookings I'd have to sort meant a trip to New Delhi Railway station.
... onto gradually over time) could enjoy having its majestic beauty as part of their view, off in the distance. Sadly, when Sha Jahan was eventually imprisoned by his son, Aurangzeb, at the Agra Fort, he was able to gaze at his beloved's monument during his last days. But yes, getting back to the harems, it is said that Akbar, my favorite moghul, had as many as 5,000 wives in his harem! That's a lot of devoted women for one great man.
I then visited the ...
... from entrees all the way to deserts. If you liked a particular food, you could always get seconds. The food here like all the food I ate in India was absolutely amazing! I ate the best naan covered in butter, and everything in the thali was just amazing. Following the meal, we walked around the different exhibits and watched a little bit of the Punjabi comedy show and headed back to the Pindh. Since I was pretty exhausted, I fell asleep on the drive back. I completely missed us ...
... seated with a very drunk, melancholy pre-op transvestite from UK who had been cut off by the bar staff and was repeatedly and ineffectually trying to recruit us to provide her with more booze. We surreptitiously moved to another table and met a couple of people who seemed slightly more companionable…initially. They weren’t the oddest people we’ve met on the trip so far but they were quite intense and insisted on showing us around the next day and walking us ...