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... urban areas. Areas of the country look modern and not just the heard of cities: nothing so far in India looks that way. Well those were the thoughts Mr Gahndi put in my head! The Hanuman Tomb turned out to be far better than expected. Privately restored the various buildings were set in pleasant grounds and did indeed look like models for the Taj. Then onward for a quick look at the Ba-hai Lotus temple, too long a queue to go in and then we were at the Red Fort. I ...
... the bar wondering what the hell was going on! But it wasn't long before a few ventured over to find out, then a few more and before we know it we were bollywood style dancing and downing free shots of vodka and Tabasco sauce with our new Delhi mates!
The pictures found on the camera the next day told the story of the night before, but worse still, so did the hangover. We tried to venture out but between the tuc-tuc drivers sly ploy to ...
Much to our surprise, we succeeded in packing light - just 1 small suitcase each for 7 weeks. At the airport we were surrounded by families pushing chains of suitcases the size of small elephants. Although our suitcases are small, we rely heavily on our nerdy ...
... They were selling these jewelry pieces for just pennies, practically less than the value of the beads alone. I guess making money was not the point, but simply making them feel a sense of being a part of something and having a little skill. There were stalls selling rugs and pashminas scarves, saris and Indian clothing. And others selling house decorations, and even christmas decorations, as well as many many other articles. There were also booths connected to local ...
... size of Jabba the Hutt lounging in the rear on day beds. It was like something from Diagon Alley from Harry Potter with its array of non-recognisable merchandise coupled with the oddness of characters. The air was suffused with the smell of spice and dust. I couldn't stop sneezing and neither could others. After a while, we reluctantly headed off on the metro for a meal. We returned to the restaurant we had last eaten at when in Delhi, as it was near to ...