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Arrived in New Delhi as the first stop of our tour of the Golden Triangle early in the morning. Prior to going I wondered what India would be like as if heard it was very different. Having been to Asia a lot the last few years definitely helped as I'm used to the crazy driving system of lots of cars, bikes, Tuk Tuks with no rules. Of course in India added to that is Rickshaws and cows the latter are most definitely sacred in India and therefore at liberty to wander at will. ...
... I was ready for my drive off into the desert to meet my camel. I was tought how to tie up mt scalf like a true Indian and met Nick and El getting off a camel at the end of their trip, having not seen them since they saved my sanity in Varkarla. Then it was time to set off on the camels, which are wider than a horse and no where near as comfortable. I know Chet and the boys would have been wet for the camp fire baked chapattis and curry I had for lunch and for the man who ...
... is rich, varied and colourful. The landscape and architecture takes your breath away. It is so DIFFERENT to New Zealand. I've learnt a lot here. I'm so very glad I came.
Highlight: My last night in India, sitting on a Paharganj rooftop, reflecting on the trip after getting all my visa drama sorted earlier that day, and watching the red sunset with a cold beer.
Lowlight: Indira Gandhi's museum making no mention of her involvement in the 1975-77 ...
... Trent reports that his first impressions are that he is in culture shock, he's overwhelmed and he's so excited he wants to cry. He's enjoying the smell- there's a sweet smell in the air. Is this India? He mentions the chaos yet the overwhelming respect within it. Is this India?
In the few hours this morning we have experienced (excuse the following poor grammar):
Our first "curry" for breakfast; lots of dogs; our ...
... question "where are you" was "I'm telling you", great !!. The drive to our hotel in Dwarka a suburb of Delhi proved to be a maze for Mr Inder who could not seem to find the right road to the hotel, at one point it was very uncertain if we were ever going to arrive and the prospect of having to get out of the car with the many prowling large dogs I saw was very unattractive. Lo and behold after a 1 hour journey we arrived at the hotel and ...