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... and bicycles. The scooters as by no means as numerous as I saw in Vietnam, nor as heavily laden, although I did see the occasional family of four riding one one). First stop was the National Museum just off Rajpath. The museum, built in 1960, houses a collection of fine Indian artifacts--painting, sculpture, wood carvings, textiles, manuscripts, arms and armour and the like. It even has a curious gallery on Indian Naval history. On the whole I ...
... me) and invited me for a…. yes, tea, which was actually quite good. I start to get used to the cardamon taste. Later on I chatted with all of them, except the old couple, who seemed to be a little confused, why a foreigners chose to travel in this class.
But the highlight of the ride were the different appearances of people passing by to: sell tea, sell some chains (no idea, what they are for), a child rubbing on the floor for cleaning and earning ...
... in plenty of time. Friday afternoon my aim was to get there around 1:30 for my 3:00 flight. It was just a couple minutes after that, but sufficient to get myself checked-in without waiting, in spite of initially going to the Emirates counter because I got mixed up with which company I was flying, as previously I had been booked with them. Even with repacking my bag to only take the bare minimum with me in the cabin, I had plenty of ...
... town is strictly vegetarian (you cant even get eggs there) but that doesn't mean you can't order a "special" Lassi from your local cafe and get high-as-balls off the ganga infusions. The lake in the centre of the town is extremely sacred and people come from all around to bath in it and wash away sins. Bella and I had a great time here taking it easy and more or less just reading books or hanging out in our room. After Mumbai and Jaipur all we wanted was ...
... great too. Three quid for three days' unlimited travel. And I think that was the tourist rip-off price.
There isn't too much to do in Delhi but we had a look at a lovely temple shaped like a lotus flower and spent a very nice afternoon at Humayan's Tomb, which Jamie reckons is almost as good as the Taj Mahal.