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... and I was surprised it's all been built recently. It is a large complex of temples made of pink sandstone and white italian marble. The Akshardham Temple was built by the Swaminarayan sect as a spiritual center of prayer and learning and as a resource center for the study of Indian Culture. I should mention this is from the tour guide: Spread over 30 acres of the Eastern Bank of the Yamuna, the Akshardham Temple is a synthesis of ...
We had a nice long brunch before our next stop, the beautiful Agra Fort. However, as soon as we entered the Agra Fort, the security guards tried to hurry us through the entire Fort, claiming that the whole Fort had to be cleared out and shut down because members of the Canadian government were coming for a visit. As you can imagine, the other tourists and I were not pleased. Maddie and I played many shena****ns on the guards, so that we could ...
... walking through the middle of it all.
The bazaars are not the beautiful, picturesque markets of Istanbul with their carpets and spices - in a sense they are much more authentic, selling everything from spare car parts to smartphones and household goods. The bazaars are full of locals rather than tourists. The noise above ground takes a while to get used to, and people ...
... but as "Diwali" (Indian festival of light) was approaching a lot of travel and accommodation was already fully booked. Our only option was a dedicated car with a chauffeur. Mus went through this great, elaborate itinerary that would take us round the GT and stop off at some other touristy places on the way. It was an 8 day programme that started that day whereby the taxi driver would take us round Delhi giving us a chance to know him. Mus said if we didn't like him we could swap ...
... casually stopped and got out of the vehicle in the middle of a main road.
‘The real India’ however, as I came to realise on the least to say, turbulent drive to the Chanderlock tourist building on Janpath Street, has a much darker, more sinister side to it behind the colourful, traffic mayhem. I’d never before experienced, and therefore imagined the effects of culture shock, but the sheer, stark, bare poverty of the place, and the fact I’d only ...