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hard-core touring has now begun. We started by walking a bit around old Delhi,
and later visited the Jama Masjid Mosque. The mosque looked like, well, a
mosque. The challenge was that you have to take of your shoes, while the red
sandstone flooring was absolutely burning. They had laid out a few runners, but
far far from enough. But there was also another fun thing about this mosque
visit: the ladies had to cover up with a light “coat” (knee-length with ...
... from London, 3 Girls from OZ, 1 from Holland & 1 from Ireland. So a nice mix, & the majority are travelling alone. Think I'm the oldest of the group!!! The tour guide gave us a quick run down of the trip, all that I recall is that I have to be up at 445 hrs for a train to Agra!!!!!!! After the meeting, I was starving!!! Hadn't been brave enough to try any good yet. We went to a local restaurant, which was quite modern! I had a curry ...
... improve, because this country and these people deserve. And I realized that was the first country of the 15 that I’ve spent during my journey that I wished something was different, perhaps because so loved some places like Rishikesh as I want to go back countless times. And then I remembered learning that I had here. Nothing in our experiments is exactly new, our mind always insists relate something new with some experience of our past, so always when we experience the ...
... appreciate.l your life and what you have so much, we have no idea how lucky we really are and how much we main about stupid pointless things ! next stop was the India gate in a big green park which was in memory of all the soldiers that died in the afghan war. It was surrounded by flowers and water falls which was gorgeous. After that we went to Old Delhi, which is the original part of the city and also the poorest part of the city from what I understand. It was ...
Those are the three essentials for driving in India. Cars, trucks, golf carts (tuk tuks), bikes, pedestrians and cows share the roads, and lane markings have no meaning at all. Cars drive down the center between two lanes, or even on the wrong side of the street. Horns are used constantly, but they don't seem to be as loud as in the U.S. - almost friendlier. Our driver today passed cars, bikes and pedestrians often with what seemed like a fraction of ...