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An early start was planned for our journey by car from Jaipur to Delhi where we were to fly out to Shanghai in the early hours of the following morning. Our tour of Rajasthan was almost over and although it is only 264 km from Jaipur to Delhi, Ravi had warned us that the traffic along the highway could be horrendous.
We awoke at 5.00 am …
... heard something about army training in
Sonamarg & Pahalgam. I look back and I saw two men talking about the
same. I asked them are they from
army. One of them said yes. And that men
was even known to sonamarg city. They
asked me about myself. I told them about
my course. They told me so many relevant
information about the weather, city, people and something about the
course. One of them called his relative
... that makes driving around the Kinsale road roundabout in Cork blindfolded look like a piece of cake!!! 80% of drivers will drive around them clockwise. The remaining 20% go whatever direction they feel like! Throw in a few cows for sport and it gets pretty chaotic! After a day of driving around Delhi though you sort of stop hearing all the honking after a while. And actually the fear of crashing goes. I guess , people really can adjust to any environment after a ...
... big and famous Delhi monument and we had very nice walk over there. Squirrels, eagles and parrots all around us.
After few hours of relaxing walk, we were up to Chandni Chowk a famous street in Old Delhi and I have to say, very crazy place – so much noise, smells, people and traffic – an incredible experience.
The first couple of days were quite ok so we will see what is waiting for us.
Next Amritsar and it's Golden Temple.
... ran across the highway as our car wove between lanes within 1/2 inch of other vehicles. After 40 minutes we turned into a gated street of amazing architectural homes where our blinking lights and a few honks opened the gate where Irene and Vaasvi were at our window to greet us. I caught a glint on Irene's nose that is dismissed as a rain drop, but triggered the knowing that a tiny diamond now pierced her face. After hugs ...