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We had to walk a long distance to get to the terminal for our New Delhi flight, so it was a good thing that we did not have a tight connection. We were not able to check in for our flight at the Lufthansa kiosk or at the departure gate, so we will have to do when we arrive in New Delhi.
We could not find a restaurant, but each gate …
... whizzing along, weaving through tight spaces and along winding roads through the hills. The immediate humidity, warmth and lush green plants gave a rush to my groggy and probably jet lagged body. In a matter of 30 minutes I saw countless monkeys, cows, pigs and even a sign stating, 'wild elephants, slow down and beware!' (I am still waiting patiently to see my first elephant in India though!) The villages we passed through looked both familiar ...
... to their roots as family is their first priority and it always seems to be brought back to this.
Back to hostel and flew out at 1am on the 28th to Bangkok for a few nights. I stayed with my good friend Tan from Timbertop who moved to England to finish school after year 9. Was lovely to catch up with him and get some decent sleep before I headed off to cross the border overland into Burma on the 1st of October which is where I am now!
Get some photos up when I get a chance. ...
... beautifully preserved with lovely gardens and surrounded by ornamental but efficient railings with armed guards on the gates. Our guide told us not to give money to any beggars or we would be inundated. There weren't many of them but it was hard to ignore the children. The streets are also full of stray dogs one of whom came with us for a stroll. One very dilapidated building was called Watson's Hotel and was once closed to Indians but is now owned ...
... to be filled. Thus, I’ve got my own hut except for one phenomenal difference - I look out a window at the Indian countryside as I travel to the sacred sights of Buddhism.
And what I seet are mounds, mountains and rivers of solid waste. Cows sift contentetdly through the garbage for food. Boys play cricket at the edges. Some ponds ...