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... the Quran is quoted in what looks like Hindi Script. We had to pay to get in so there were no people selling stuff. Well worth the $5.
Next was was the Lotus Temple built in the 1980's as a Baha'i House of Worship on 26 acres of ground. The grounds form a lovely garden filled with orange trees loaded with fruit, grass and marigolds. The temple itself seats 1300 and is formed in the shape of a white marble lotus ...
... with them. Be prepared for a whole new wave of selfie stick videos and pictures. In the evening we were getting an overnight train to Jaisalmer. We casually walked to the train station only to be surprised that our train was not on the board. It rapidly dawned on us that we were at the wrong station. Now the panic and rush began to get to the right train station at 5pm through Indian traffic in 20mins. We found a rickshaw driver up for the challenge but overcharging which ...
... centuries before Newton ever sat under that apple tree? Or that it was an Indian mathematician that explained that thing with the triangles, way before Pythagoras?
Buuuut given that I wasn't allowed to take photos, or even write anything down, I just bought the guide and took photos of the photos in that instead. ...
Walking out of the airport at 9.30pm to 34 degree heat, was not our idea of a fun arrival in Delhi. Luckily, Ayeshe and Ishaan (who were to be our lovely hosts for a few days) were there to meet us and whisk us away in an air conditioned car! Their flat, complete with Pradeep and the two kittens (Coca and Tofu), was to be our home away from home. On our first day, Ayeshe agreed to be our tour guide and took us first to Haus Khas village. The ...
... than $1 a day, who kill their children because they can't feed them and who do not want their children to live the lives of misery and poverty they themselves have endured.
I am taking my first steps this week to understand this all a bit better. I will try to find somewhere that I can apply my energy and resources to so that I won't feel that my time here is wasted. I'm learning I can't live here in an artificially western way. I can't ...