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Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... so we didn't mind. On the first day we had a city tour of New Delhi, our first stop was the Sheik temple. As a sign of respect we had to cover our hair and take off our shoes. A gentleman told us the temple was far from just an area of prayer but instead an area in which people come together to share their concerns and thoughts. The temple was nice and very welcoming to tourists. We decided to sit for a while and take in the music playing inside and observe their ...
... newsprint you've ever seen, (there were areas that were full of holes, while others had large wood chips in place), and the kids again lit up the room. I was introduced as a comic book artist and the kids were eager to talk about Spiderman. Of course they had never seen a Spidey comic or animated series or even a movie as there are no TVs allowed in the orphanage, but Spidey was abound in the way of bootleg tshirts, bags, toys, etc. They knew of the character, but had no idea what ...
... especially since we
were able to climb one of the towers (40m high I think) so got some
great views over Delhi :).
In our final few days we visited The
Red Fort and the zoo as well as the Lotus Temple (Absolutely
beautiful! Very peaceful inside. Pics to follow) and Humayan's Tomb,
again another lovely piece of architecture.
What else can I say about Delhi? The
Metro - is great, all new and modern and so much cheaper than
... amazingly efficient. We landed at 11 and were in our car with driver and travel agent before 11:40. We were amongst the first off the plane, waited two minutes in the customs and immigration line and had no wait for our bags. Walked out through the gates and there were over 30 greeters. Thought this is going to be fun! Our agent, Avish spotted us first, thanks to the luggage tags provided by ...
... of my time in South Delhi, getting to know some of the more posh residential neighborhoods such as GK1, Visant Vihar, and Malviya Nagar. I stayed in the latter with two bachelors. It took a miracle that in their absence I managed to dodge a disaster; nearly electrocuting myself trying to warm bath water in a bucket using a large heating ...
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