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... a couple of hours we are just too tired, although we did buy a couple of silk carpets from Kashmir for the bedroom!
A nap, dinner at the hotel and its bedtime. During dinner we met another couple, Andy and Jo, from near Manchester. They are an interesting couple about our age with a lot of knowledge about India and its political history. I will enjoy learning from them.
... much the same thing. Bahá'ís are completely tolerant of all religions, they don't care where you come from. They're all about the unity, the "oneness of mankind". Unless you're a raving homo then they pretty much hope you drown in your fabulous, glitter-laced champagne. Ok, no, that's not fair. They don't hope you die, you're just not allowed to have sex and ...
... Delhi) but with traditional songs played by a band at the front of the main area and the words translated to English on two screens. The temple cooks food for hundreds of local people. Huge pots cook vast quantities of dahl and thousands of roti are rolled out by hand eve At the end of the day we travelled to Agra and arrived at the Hotel Royale Regency. Built for an Emperor-it's pretty ...
... but to no avail. We came across a beautiful elephant with his handler and I baled out of the car to get some pats in and some photos, when I said thank you for letting me take a photo, the handler immediately started shouting at me for money, Barry quickly realized what was going on and got out of the car with some money for me before I am attacked by a marauding elephant handler. At one point as we crossed into another State, our driver suddenly veered off the road, parked ...
... v North comparisons. On our first day in Delhi (2 January 2014) we fit in a full day of sightseeing, going first to Qutb Minar, the remnants of the homes and temples of the previous Hindu and Muslim rulers of India in the 1400's and the current residence to many squirrels and parrots.
We also made a stop at the Lotus Temple, the religious temple of the Baha religion (a unification of various religions with the objective of uniting all people) where ...