Hotel Pearl Plaza
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... we were done with breakfast we went back outside, and guess what? It was still hot and humid! We went to the Qutub Minar, which was a really tall tower that was expertly built. It was inside a mosque. The mosque was really interesting, it was made up of stones that had been taken from Hindu temples a long time ago. The columns of the mosque didn't even match! Anyways, we then took a handstand picture, because why not? After that we drove to Humayun's Tomb, which ...
... now happy to pay someone 20p for their local knowledge and take advantage of this more and more. Now back to taking the train. We arrived as instructed 30mins before our train. The track was covered in human faeces which left an unpleasant smell. I have heard they **** on the track but I did not see anyone taking a **** and I reckon the train toilet goes onto the track. Once on the train the toilet is just a hole to the track. We have seen children pooing in the street so ...
... surrounded by a bunch of people who all wanted to talk to me and who also told me about their lives and the Iskon temple. We took pictues, exchanged Facebook names and they invited me to their house. The celebration continues with a lot of songs and a play about the story of Holi. As I did not understand anything, the girls were translating for me. At one corner of the tent food was served. The girls explained me that the food that is served was voluntary made ...
... sucks tho, just saying.
After breakfast I headed off to the Sikh temple. It's called a Gurudwara and has approx. 12000 visitors a day. I knew Sikh temples provided meals for anyone who wanted one but didn't realise the scale of it. 10000 people come every day for food, and they can keep eating until their bellies are full. There is no charge. The meals are cooked and offered throughout the day by the Sikh community. No one is ...
... when arriving by train yesterday. Lots of security guards at residences with barbed wire fencing but these people are Justices etc. Impressive Rashtrapati Bhavan, which was formerly the viceroy's residence and has a north and south block. India Gate built like the Arche de Triomphe in Paris is located in a very large peaceful gardened round a bout and is a memorial to serviceman who died in World War 1. Lots of visitors there and somehow ...