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... and Kat from Norway plus me Becky and Karina. Our tour guide was called Mandy who is originally from Jaipur! We all then got to know each other a little better over dinner but everyone seems really lovely! We then had an early night because we had to leave at 5:00am (yes that's right, no lie in's with this one!) to head off to Agra! Overall I was really surprised with how I felt about Delhi. I had thought from what people had told that I wouldn't like Delhi and would ...
... up so we could only peer inside. Before we left we had a look round the Indian Museum of Independence which had a lot of info on the work of Mahatma Gandhi and other prominent Indians of the time that rose up against the British. Odd reading as we walked through as we were reading about the atrocities inflicted by "us"! We left the Fort and grabbed some liquid refreshment (much needed) before we walked through some back streets and markets to the largest Mosque in India, ...
... streets until I got dropped off at a jewellers and some man came and said let me carry your bags. Obviously I was not going to let go of my bags lightly so carried them and followed this man up 4 floors in a backstreet building with children crying everywhere and people shouting. I was nervous to say the least. Once I got into the apartment there was a girl from New Zealand which made me feel immediately at ease and I met Laxmi (lovely Indian lady) and shiva. The place ...
Ok, I did get carried away with the Independence Day Celebrations so apologies for the delay in this review. To be fair I spent most of the day birdwatching and spotted countless Kingfishers in their usual habitat. I obviously do not want people to get the wrong impression of me through this blog - as sometimes things can be misinterpreted - so I'll try and attach a photo.
Anyway, the Mighty Impulse.
It was purchased - on my behalf - from ARC motors PH II ...
... purchased from back home, which is a similar principle to a UK Oyster card. so, mundane form filled in, with a stern finger point and I was seen quicker than anticipated. `thanks railcard' ;-) and my train tickets to Agra, Jaipur and Mumbai were done in about 5minutes. At last the tide was turning and Delhi was starting to go my.
Job done I have to rush back to my contact at the Indian Red Cross building, who had to leave work in an hour and who also had the ...