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... remember the Red Fort from thirty years ago, well at least trying to pedal a rickshaw outside it. Given the security fears in the country it was no surprise we had to be frisked in gender lines. Like peeing the men shot through with a quick pat down where as Roz had to wait as ladies in metres of material were thoroughly inspected behind a screen. On top of this she had to fight off pushy matrons trying to jump the queue. Some interesting and ...
... off, plus the mix of the heat and Delhi belly we decided just to head back for a siesta for the day. That evening we went out to a great little American wild-west style restaurant where the waiters donned full cowboy attire and we came closer to tasting some much loved beef by having buffalo steaks. Felt like a such wasted day but it was worth it.
The morning street sellers screaming their prices woke us up early, it sounded like moore ...
... It is pretty cool having everything so close I don't even need to bend to reach it - iPhone, iPad, snacks, Kleenex, eyeshade, inflatable neck pillow, Advil, Airborne, sunglasses. Earbuds have their own dedicated teeny pockets right next to my ears. I have never felt so ...
... cater to foreigners, the French bakery, organic foods and a cookie shop. There are other local shops that deal in imports (foods and other things) from Europe and then other small local businesses started by foreigners trying to fill a niche, some even working out of there homes. And other stalls dealing with health and wellness and even a palm reader. I met and talked to many people. I like to get their stories of why they are in India and what they are doing here. ...
... were staying, and it served beer which was what was fancied at that time of the day.
The rooftop ambience was somewhat marred by a loud and lengthy public announcement on a neighbouring tannoy issued by Delhi police. At first, I was unsure of the contents of the jingle which replayed continuously after each message though Mike had his version confirmed by the waiter. My favourite message was ' if someone is in a taxi, don't get in it' or something ...