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... be there soon." This other guy was totally trying to scam us!!! I am glad we stuck our ground! Who knows what could have happened if we got in is car... Robbing, high fees, or worse I do not even want to think about... So we are being careful and holding our ground here :)
The real New Delhi
Going into the heart of Delhi was nuts, that is an understatement. It was like everyone told us. The traffic was crazy, the lines ...
... a very big double room with a masssssive bed, all dressed in pink beautiful Indian bedding (pink was my request before Alex even moved to India- my words were 'keep the room ready for when I come to visit' who would have thought she would actually decorate it pink) shiny marvel floors and walls, air con and a fan and even scented candles ! With a beautiful ensuite bathroom. I can definitely live like this! I think I'm doing pretty good so far ...
... almost sweet. The easiest way to put it is they are respectful of humans. It may be borne of fear, but I like to believe it's more of a sense of the whole and their place within it.
In Canada, there is a sense of danger in strays. We fear being attacked by an owner-less dog, as though owners somehow ensure good behavior. The truth is that the strays here seem better behaved than a lot of pet dogs in Canada. For example, I saw a street ...
... we found our platform, station and AC1 carriage straight way. To say we were a little giddy with excitement was an understatement! AC1 is the best class you can get. There are five altogether, as I recall. We had our own small compartment. Inside there was a top and bottom fabric seated bunk, curtains, a mirror, a wonky picture of a Bengalia tiger (which had a very curious gaze), side tables, bedding and far too many switches to flick. Inadvertently I ...
... doesn't even begin to describe it!! The best part was my drivers insistence that I didn't need my seatbelt, as I was fishing about trying to find the seatbelt clip, because Indian law only requires front seat passengers to wear them. I think he thought this news would please me, as if wearing a seatbelt is some sort of inconvenience unnecessary in this part of the world! Tomorrow morning, I have some free time to get my bearings here in Dehli, ...