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The drive to the hotel was a really eye opener. The traffic was manic and the rules of the road very confusing to say the least. The main rule was do what you like as long as you constantly blow your horn!
Traffic was heavy so we crept along and managed to see some of the sights of New Delhi. If you watched any tv programmes on India an think you have ...
... me, "hey my friend, this is India."
Here in India I could experience completely opposite feelings. I loved India so much as I wish to stay here for so long and I hated so much as I wish to ...
... that, onto the Jantar Mantar- the observatory, City Palace, Water Palace and a place that shows you how they hand print material, bead the gorgeous and intricate traditional saris and suits and make camel rugs (2months per rug to make). So interesting! We also went to see a kings tomb but the best part was that there were adorable puppies! Jaipur is filled with beautiful buildings with so much history. Rajasthan (the state) is known as the 'Land of the Kings' with stunning ...
I have been nauseous for 4 days. Every meal, I feel nauseous, and people set Indian food in front of me. Isn't that the definition of aversion therapy?
I'm going to order American food when possible, until I'm more recovered, so I don't associate Indian food with nausea ...
... of catching up, I had left my phone, the one for which Adam had spent so much time obtaining a SIMM card just 2 days earlier, in the rickshaw Nancy and I had shared earlier that evening on our way to the tomb. Feeling like a fool, I knocked on our door when I arrived at our apartment. As Adam opened it, I greeted him with, “You will never guess what I need to add to my Christmas list.”
Adam added "more patience" to his.
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