Sheraton New Delhi
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... the "toy train" and this quaint town with it`s unique Anglo - Indian atmosphere. It was the summer retreat for the British when we ruled India. When the heat was too unbearable in Delhi and the other important cities they moved lock stock and barrel up to Shimla to keep (relatively) cool.
We took the metro which was an entertainment in itself. It felt as though at least half of Delhi`s 22 million inhabitants were in our carriage.
... being cared for in childcare centers where volunteers assist care
providers in making sure that the children are well-fed, able to take a nap in
the afternoon, or are able to learn new songs. At the end of the day when their
parents will already get them, you will feel accomplished knowing that you are
able to help their poor parents and these children survive another day.
2. Programs for Orphaned Children
Caring for the orphans is another way to serve ...
... we visited the following places;
Red fort - huge hundreds of years old fort in red sandstone, impressive.
Jantar mantar - a kind of observatory that looks like a giant playground.
Qutub Minar - beautiful Muslim monument.
Akshardam temple - Hindu temple complex only finished in 2005, said to be the largest in the world! Very grand and impressive, also very secretive though so no photo evidence!
Humayuns tomb - Mughal style tomb, ...
... heart to return there without him and she hopes Padma will come and visit soon. We talked about politics and religion, India and Europe, her foundation and education. She still travels for her own work in economics and has her own little foundation she runs here in India. She invited me to come back and stay with her, and if I wanted to stay long term, she even had a little Appartment she could rent me. Tempting, for sure :). Caroline and Per got back late Sunday ...
... the Taj, and is a simpler, but still lovely version of architecture. It even had the same side buildings, drum houses and entrance gate with inner gardens.
We ran out of time to actually tour the Lotus Temple, but were at least able to drive past, admire the external structure and design, and then we were off to the hotel to pack up and get to the airport.
Day The Second started once we landed in Nepal. The airport ...