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... gather, first to collect and then distribute on bicycles the 200,000 tiffin boxes trained in from the suburbs and destined for offices all over the city. Using only simple looking codes the accuracy rate is extremely high, apparently only one lunch box in every six million is wrongly delivered.
We ate Thai and Indian in our hotel in the business district and exceptional it was too. We had lunch at Samrat a Gujarati vegetarian restaurant where we were the ...
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We went to the Chor Bazaar Thieves Market in Mutton Street today. Another eye opener! Loads of rickety stalls selling everything you could imagine. Themed areas, long stretches of stalls selling fruit, then veg which all looks lovely and well presented. A hall of just fresh fish, see the pic of the small child peeling prawns. Mountains of garlic, men and boys sitting under the stall separating the cloves and peeling some of them ...
... current favourite) book. It is also extremely popular with tourists, and was a target in a terrorist attack a few years ago, really glad mum and dad are reading this now after I have already gone (sorry guys). After a beautiful meal and lassi I had my fill. We headed to the India gate which turned out to be like New Year's Eve with us as the main attraction. We have been quite use to being in half of India's photos as we smile and they look on very seriously not even cracking a ...
... heavier rain than the night before (although we didn't think that was possible!) .. see the x2 video's added!
This mornings events were a little more traumatic (in the words of Gemma... Jack said "What's the problem.. Hakuna Matata!!" ... typical!!) it was a horrific morning... in few words. A pre-arranged taxi driver for 200 INR organised via the hostel picked us up. I jumped in the passengers side and put my feet in a puddle of water leaking from the ...