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... Temps també per discutir el què vèiem, com les desigualtats socials, la densitat de població o com la nostra petita contribució pot canviar la vida de les persones: El món ha estat la nostra escola.
Viatjar tot un any és un regal que ens ha fet la vida i estem segurs que les experiències viscudes són ja part de nosaltres i ens han fet més sensibles amb l’entorn. Esperem que totes aquestes vivències facin de ...
... and our rupees would only stretch to one alcoholic drink to accompany dinner. My meal cost more than what I have paid to stay for three nights in other parts of India. Bartering shoes on, I reasoned with a rickshaw driver to take five of us together. He was a bit reluctant but I explained to him that he would get more money for himself and he soon caved in. I've seen twelve adults and a baby in one before so I wasn't being fooled. For some reason that ...
... walked outside and took in our first breaths of India. There was a slight morning chill in the air, but nothing to constitute calling it cold. We waiting for a can to pull around and pick us up. The air seemed a little thick and even though it was dark out it looked a little muggy. That was the first thing I noticed. Then, the crowd of people outside waiting for others to get off flights. There were a lot of people behind gates ...
... so many flavours. I felt like I was on Rick Steins "india". The next day we spent getting our bearings and making plans. We then took a rickshaw to The Red Fort, this was an adventure in itself. There is no real traffic system here, cows carrying carts, rickshaws, buses and cars all compete for road space, the sound of horns beeping is relentless and there is a constant feeling that your about to be in some road traffic accident, but the thrill of it ...
... us back into the real world.
We put our things down then went out to eat at a cheap place recommended by Lonely Planet (aka our travel Bible, also referred to as “the LP”) called Tadka. The food here was amazing, which was a great way to start off our steady diet of Indian food.
March 4, 2013: Delhi- Day 2
Day two ...