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Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... nutty things to do with your family’ ever. Especially in the rain.
After breakfast and a shower back at the hotel we left again with Abby to the house where Gandhi lived before he was killed on 30th January 1948. They have marked out Gandhi’s last route with footprints from his room to where he was shot in the garden and a shrine on the spot he was shot. The building houses Gandhi’s possessions, which was absolutely ...
... was touched by the grandfather spending quality time with his grandson for example, and that is partly why I didn't ask in anger to stop the noise, nor did I try to make them feel bad about it. I chose my words and the transmitted emotions consciously. It happens to everyone to forget to think about other people around us, or not be conscious of their presence. Thing is, I didn't sleep any better two hours after the noise stopped, anyhow. Bad bed, or bad back... Either ...
... the cows, the tuk tuks, the henna tattooists, the markets stall holders, the fruit and veg sellers, the sunglasses sellers (yes even at 10pm!) the beggars, the families just everything here fascinates me.
And as we sit and watch, we drink our special pot of tea. Which as it turns out, 3 years late they have done away with the pot and the bone china tea mugs. Now he just pours the beer straight into coffee mugs. Oh well it still tastes the same and it seemed as if nothing had ...
When Adam and I began this tour, never did we imagine that India - the subcontinent where cutting in lines is completely acceptable, the word 'no' is never a response, and foreigners are blatantly charged a higher fee for everything (it’s both a written and unwritten rule) - would be our safe haven. The first thing to understand about this fascinating region of the world is that it’s comprised of 28 states that each think, look, and taste different. Many speak English ...
... dropped onto her left side, hovered momentarily on the edge of the cliff and then disappeared off the vertical ledge. There was an eternity of silence before I heard her speak again, but when she did, it bought my body and soul back to life. A well placed, tiny ledge had arrested her fall. The protruding roots helped her climb back up, and probably saved her life on the way down. When her hand reached up for mine, I grabbed it so tightly it must have hurt. That is visual turmoil I will never be able to ...
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