Red Fort, Roccoco Respite, Runaway Trains

Whilst I was down for the count Bill tuktukked out to the Red Fort.  He reported a certain austere grandiosity, emanating from a deceptively simple but incredibly powerful collection of buildings that have seen the birth and death of Empires and the creation of India. Refreshed by a kip we decided to follow the rings […]

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Delhi – Imperia

Delhi, Capital of Empires, a marble shout out to Mughal splendour and early 20th Century design.  We became quite nostalgic for Canberra as we tuk-tukked through and around the many roundabouts and speared down the bicycle spoke streets fanning out from them.   Speaking of planned cities we visited the earthly remains of one of […]

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Delhi-icious

DELHI FOOD RAJINDER DA DHABA Rajinder Da Dhaba was a little street stall in Delhi that grew in fame and size – deservedly so. It now takes up a whole parking lot filled with happy takeaway (male) patrons and for the more sedate there’s a restaurant. (We had a touch of trouble finding the restaurant […]

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