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... The girls FaceTime with me and send videos. I'm able to shower and dress for breakfast. At breakfast the panic is still lingering. I ask guest relations Shivani if doctor is available and then tears come again. Shivani suggests shopping in The Great India Place. Rob takes the day off and we take her suggestion. It's Independence Day here. Shivani asks us to come out front of the hotel and watch as guards pass by. Then Shivani ask us ...
... us all for photos. Many of them have never seen white people before so we felt like celebrities for a while. They were handing over their babies and asking us for photos which was mad! The India Gate, originally called the All India War Memorial, is a war memorial located astride the Rajpath, on the eastern edge of the ‘ceremonial axis’ of New Delhi, formerly called Kingsway. The names of ...
... unknown! Along the main road we came across a Sikh temple so we went inside to have a look. Before going in we were given communal head scarfs with Ni was convinced would have nits crawling in them. We also had to wash our feet in the 'holy' water which some nutters were drinking.. Let me just set the scene: cloudy coloured is which has been there for goodness knows how long, which millions upon millions of dirty, smelly feet are being washed in constantly throughout the ...
... samosas but thought better of it due to how early it was and considering whether they were freshly cooked.
The train journey was a good one, nice and chilled, and there must have been a pantry car within the train as we had Indian railway staff going up and down the carriages offering chai and water, and then they asked if we wanted breakfast, veg or non-veg, we both opted for a non-veg breakfast that turned out to be a chilli omelette and two slices of bread. My omelette was ...
... pretty sweet dance moves. Back to food, I'm trying to find a balance between eating everyone in sight, and politely saying no thank you. Most people brush off the no and give you more food anyway. It's delicious, but bad for my figure. I'm also happy to say that I haven't gotten Dehli Belly (assume you guessed what this means is correct) and I've eaten a lot of things people told me not to eat, including street food ...