So… picking up where we left off, we spent our last night in Delhi before flying on to Paris (talk about culture shock!). Since our flight was at 2am, we decided to check out of our hotel in the morning and spend the day sightseeing before heading to the airport. Our driver, Sanjay, took us to see some of Delhi’s popular tourist spots like the impressive Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque (circa 1656) and the Ghandi Memorial.
However, after 10 days of sightseeing we were a little sick of forts and temples, so we decided to pass on the Red Fort and the rest of the sights and go to the zoo (kid’s choice). [read on]
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After leaving Nepal, our favourite destination of the trip thus far, we had mixed emotions about visiting India. Since our primary reason for visiting India was to visit our foster child, Hansu, near Bikaner, we had decided to limit our visit to Rajasthan and stay only 12 days. Everything we had heard from fellow travelers was that India was a beautiful, but often difficult, country to travel in and to expect to have a love/hate relationship with the country. They were not far off the mark. [read on]