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... Century. Then drove to Mumayan's Tomb - incredible complex and a building that inspired the Taj Mahal. If you thought London was busy on the traffic front then a drive through Delhi is exhilarating, extraordinary and terrifying! Thousands of tuk-tuks (autos) and motorbikes fight it out for space. Three things needed to drive in Delhi.....good horn, good brakes and good luck! Drove back to the hotel via the Government sector and saw the President's residence, Rashtrapati ...
... on the sale, the paintings were exquisite beautiful but again pricy but I did like the hanuman picture he painted on rice paper, I also knew that the prices were highly inflated but j knew at least they'll come down as long as they made a sale they would be happy. Then of course it dawned on me that the driver that had been driving me around the whole day which was very nice and helpful was probably getting a cut, I'm sure he was on the phone with them while we were heading that ...
... beers doulbed.
One other lady was up there. Pam is on the trip, hailing from Melbourne, Fiona. It's her maiden trip with Explore. Invited her along for tomorrow morning's meanderings. The beers were paid for , the meals for some reason on the hotel bill. I point out, Travster, that the Englishman downed the better part of 2.5 of the 4 bottles.
Still pretty tired so bagged out c 2120.
My mother asked me that months ago. When I repeated the question to Ashwin, he just laughed. I didn't know what that laugh meant. We would have thought a white horse was impressive, but there was SO much more.
Try two white horses, pulling an all-silver carriage, with a sunburst backing, covered with lights.
And 50-60 people from the groom's family dancing in front of the horses and carriage.
And an ...
Nothing screams Ladies' Night like visiting the tomb of a Sufi Saint, our mutually agreed upon cultural exploration for the evening. After circling the same block 3 times and asking 4 different locals, we found the entrance, tucked away and inconspicuous, to Nizamuddin Dargah. We placed our high heels at the foot of the doorway and snaked our way through the tight corridor and narrow pathway to the tomb. Shortly after we reached the brightly lit shrine, a ...