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Great sleep and very full breakfast courtesy of Churamani and departed for a guided trip of Delhi. Pappu, our driver for the day was suitably enthusiastic and fortunately we didn't get on to the subject of cricket as we had with Manoj who was quite surprised at our lack of knowledge! Traffic mad even with the further extension of the metro. 10,000 new cars registered in Delhi daily and apparently if the only cars undamaged are those delivered ...
... all day! So, as I've since left Delhi and have any more stories to tell I will end the entry here. Well... Almost. What did I learn from my time in Delhi: 1. Unless you are staying in the absolute hotel/tourist district (dunno where that is... Connaught Place?) do not, look at, talk to or trust an Indian man. Sorry if that insulted anyone! The ladies are nice tho! 2. Foreigners will ALWAYS pay more than locals no matter what you are doing or ...
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... 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 ...
... like you've been here awhile.
It takes a night to get used to some of the differences--drivers drive you everywhere, cooks do the cooking, housekeepers do the housekeeping. It's a good living for them. And, they're seemingly happy to do their job. You never really know, but they take pride in what they do.
I got here late the first night, so I had a granola bar and tried to go back to sleep after having slept 13 hours straight on ...