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... efficient; it's just a train but I love train travel.
First thing the following morning I looked for a rickshaw to take me to the the Red Fort. I could have walked the two kilometres but it would just result in a sweaty loss of too much fluid. It was stinking hot. I bargained hard with a driver. He wanted two hundred rupees I was only prepared to pay fifty - an appropriate fee for 2 km. He argued if it is two kilometres I can have the ride for free - 'that's an ...
... this type of thing and we wanted a closer look so Jitu provided us with sticks to fend off any scavenging rabid dogs as we approached the pile of rotting carcasses. The first thing that hit you was the smell of rotting flesh which actually wasn’t as bad as we thought, then we could see the red flesh around the bones being stripped away by the many different vultures (Egyptian, Himalayan Griffon, Eurasian Griffon, Cenareous). It only takes 4-5 days for ...
... He got some sort of international travel degree before he got his MBA.
The streets were still quite busy. You have to approach crossings like locals: just do it, moving out into traffic. It is not all straight line travel.
Got back by c 2100. Updated the blog but will leave the proofreading until tomorrow. Have a 0930 rendezvous for the trip into Old Delhi.
Bagged out by 2200, the final proofreading having to wait until manana as too tired.
... train station was a hive of activity even at 5.40am, the road into the station was chocker and the taxi had to queue and then barge through the rest of the traffic to get us outside. Once outside we grabbed a porter for Gems bag and got him to lead us through the bodies sleeping in the entrance to the station and onto the already manic platforms, he flew up the stairs ahead of us with Gems bag on his head ploughing through the crowds of people trying to get up the crowded stairs, we ...
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 ...