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... in all a beautiful way to spend the afternoon, even Barry had tea!
The next day we were officially on the clock as house and pet sitters. Lilly quickly had us tuned in and we quickly adapted to our new neighborhood enjoying the rhythm of the enclave as we went about our routine with Lilly or our own errands. We met foreigners from around the globe who called India home for the time being, fascinating Indian families, children, staff hired to drive, cook, clean, walk ...
... Yeah right, it's a £5 journey tops.
The hotel I was staying at was posh. I have been lucky over the years to have stayed in some very, very nice hotels but his was a whole new ball game. Security at the gate inspected under the cars with mirrors and a dog sniffed the car all over. As soon as I arrived I was assaulted by ornately dressed doormen and women. They grabbed my bag and my arm and ushered me through security to the lobby. There was a conference on and ...
We first arrived in Delhi two days before the family joined us, and returned again for a week, interrupted by the short trip to Agra, after they left. Our very first day was just to get over jetlag and dare to venture out on the street for money and food. When Arthur and Kate arrived, they showed us some places they knew in Old Delhi, including the largest mosque in india, Jama Masjid, and a famous Jalebi stand ...
... modern Indian food I've ever had. We all went for the 9 course taster menu and were wowed at everything that arrived on our table. It was definitely worth the added expense.
The next day we did this and that and met some famous bloke... I jest. WE MET THE DALAI LAMA! Okay, we didn't say hello and shake his hand but we were in the same marquee-thing. Jon, in one of his perks as a diplomat, was invited by his ...
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