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... a few under restoration -women in full saris carrying baskets of rubble on their heads while beefy men with radios looked on - but as Delhi's premier tourist site it looked so sad. In fact it may well have been in better condition thirty years ago. India perhaps you need to spend your space programme money on preserving your heritage I was left thinking. By now we were sight seeing exhausted and had been convinced that a taxi tour of Rajastan was a reasonable ...
... uniform so beautiful dropping flowers on our heads and putting red vermilion on our foreheads. We were looked around in awe at the size of this caste went into the maharaja's room and sat drinking some refreshments while we waited for lunch to be served, treated like royalty with all that we could ask to eat and drink we relaxed and looked around the castle taking lots of pictures! Kushal was trying to trick everyone by ...
... We enjoyed some of the nearby temples, found some of the famous and storied "street art", wishing we had more time to find them all, gingerly tried some street food, and watched the rituals of daily prayer. The call to prayer is a haunting sound we heard throughout the days during our time on the island and were awed by its ritual and the dedication by so many. At the end of our short stay, our hosts drove us to the airport and we were off to KL to be reunited with our bags ...
... to his frustration. It got so bad with him that he wanted to drop us off at a train station that our train wasn't going to stop at! We insisted and eventually got there.
The train ride back from Amritsar to Old Delhi took us 8 hours, two hours longer that the trip up. Arriving in Old Delhi was no problem, as we were now familiar with the Metro lines. It was a quick trip to New Delhi and our hotel, which, upon our arrival, ...