Hotel Mohan International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in our tour.
The final stop on our whirlwind tour of Delhi was the Quatab Minar, the oldest surviving mosque in India and home to an incredible impressive and massive minaret. During the reign of the Moghuls one of the emperors decided that it was his duty to demonstrate just how impressive Islam was and how it was better than every other religion out there. So in order to do that he decided to take over an ancient Hindu temple, convert it into a mosque, ...
... by one of 'those' resident photographers....you know, the ones that make you take awkward couple photos holding hands and kissing in front of the Taj. We had to endure this torture for about half an hour after which he asked for 3500RS (AUD$70) for the photos, and you know I had to say no to this. With the help of our guide we managed to bargain him down to 1000RS (AUD$20), which I didn't mind too much as we now had another collection of cringe-worthy photos ...
... travel, this is only the second fender bender that I have been in. When I look back and consider the roads and drivers in some of these countries, I'm surprised it has not happen more. I finally arrive at the hostel and get checked in. I then took a little walk around Delhi to see a little and find where to meet my tour for tomorrow. Sure enough I saw more monkeys. One was hissing at some people. So guess what? I'm sticking with not liking ...
... br> So back to the experience at the Seikh temple. We arrived at the lively Seikh temple just after sunset and our day ended perfectly. We were well coached by our driver on how to enter the temple respectfully: shoes handed in, token received; hands washed; feet washed; head covered; enter prayer hall and follow the motions of the other devotees. The hall was awash with singing from musicians and we sat amongst families on the mats and absorbed the atmosphere ...
... land in Delhi every day in search of some glimmer of hope or alternate life from which they know. The tour was very real and very awaking to the reality of life here in Delhi which was very difficult to comprehend for Dee and I. As this humble man walked us around we got a real sense of what it takes to survive and with my job mainly dealing with youths it played a tune in my head which I can't turn into words just yet. ...