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I woke up sick again today which sucks. Matthew Silveria, a friend from home who organised my Southern Indian adventure was unfortunate enough to listen to me throw up - poor bugga. But it was still great to talk to someone.
Men in Delhi treat women very badly and I believe that until the men have to lift their game to impress the women …
Five o'clock in the morning. 0500 hours. 5.00am! The sun was some way below the horizon as we head for our train back to Delhi. We actually got up at 4.15am and I have no idea why Annie booked such an early train...sometimes you just have to nod sagely!
Note from Annie - this train took 5 hours and gave us the afternoon in Delhi, the other …
I remember someone asking me not that long ago if there was a place that I've been that I don't like. Well I've find that place. New Delhi is disgusting and is not a place for a white woman traveling by herself to go. I've traveled to 93 cities this year, including places throughout Egypt by myself, and I would say this is the worst. It reminds me …
... reduce the stress on arrival. Our hotel was okay, but after seeing stained sheets I was thankful we had my cotton cocoon sheet to sleep in. The first day in Delhi was crazy, everything about it from the hot weather, the insane traffic, the large amount of people, the bad smell, the level of poverty, the amount of rubbish, the constant sound of horns to the endless amount of (annoying) people who try to sell you something or rip you off in someway. It is such a shame ...
... remove our shoes; Arvin opted to guard them while I covered my head, went in, and took photos of the courtyard. It was a lively scene, full of groups of people sitting or walking about or looking out over the city.
We ate dinner, on the advice of our guidebook, at Karim's, a tiny diner-ish joint close to the mosque. Turns out Karim's is famous -- at least two or three people mentioned it when they heard we'd been to the mosque. ...
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