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Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... it all out again, the kick of spice with every meal you order, having to overdress to pay respect and the restless nights. We were lucky enough to have a room upgrade in Agra so we have a huge suit which is lovely. And tonight's meal consisted of a butter chicken, chicken tikka masala, vegetable rice and garlic naan. Perfect, although I can imagine we will be getting sick of Indian food soon. There's only so much curry that the English can eat. Lots of love Scott and ...
... India originally. She told me all about India and Delhi itself and definitely put my mind at ease. When I arrived at the airport and went through the exit I couldn't find my friend Alex for about ten minutes.. So I have to say I was met by the exit with nothing but stares haha it was quite bizarre but I think you just have to get used to it. Thankfully a really nice guy who had lived in Europe for many years kept me company and told me all ...
... slow the car down, open the door and spit out the tobacco, then turn around to us and say 'sorry' and then continue on. We never minded, you gotta do what you gotta do but I wonder if he'll make 50! Anyway, we liked Ramesh. Then it's an 11pm flight out of Delhi to go to Hanoi in Vietnam via Kuala Lumpur... Nice and direct! That's flight number 9 & 10 for the trip... Deano & Webby - including the UK but not stop overs, 9 countries down, 4 to go! ...
... everlasting thali in a South Indian restaurant. What to eat first? What order? What breads to eat with what sauces? Is anybody using a spoon? How do I tear my bread without touching it with my left hand? Tiredness and hunger overcame me and I got stuck in. It was delicious and I particularly enjoyed the buttermilk drink.
We returned 'home' via an outdoor market, the metro and through Karol Bagh market. Lively to say the ...
The plane over was better then expected, time flew with movies and weird tasting curry to entertain me. As we landed we started to feel the nerves. I can only describe it as a battle with fear and excitement and I must admit fear was winning. That fear was strengthened by the onslaught of taxi drivers as we walked out the door, we were lucky to have bought a per paid taxi and knew what number to take but that did not stop 7 or 8 Indians grabbing my ticket or the booking details ...
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