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Stop over in Delhi

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We went to Delhi because our train to Mumbai was departing from there. We didn't have much time to stay in Delhi so it was a quick a visit, we only stay for couple of days. At the beginning we were a bit afraid of going there as everybody was telling as that it was a crazy city. Our first impression was not so bad. We were staying in the backpacker area and it was busy but not as much as other places. We pass the next day doing a bit of sightseeing, drinking lassis and hanging around. Next day we went to take the train.

Fuimos a Delhi porque nuestro tren a Mumbai salía de allí. No estuvimos mucho tiempo en Delhi, solo pasamos un par de días. Al principio no nos convencía la idea de ir a Delhi, ya que todo el mundo nos había dicho que era una ciudad muy caotica. Nuestra primera impresión no fue tan mala. Estabamos durmiendo en la parte turistica y aunque estaba bastante animada pero no más que otros sitios. Pasamos el siguiente día visitando lugares, bebiendo lassis y oaseando. El siguiente día fuimos a coger el tren.

Nasz pobyt w Delhi byl krotki, gdyz w ostatniej chwili zdecydowalismy sie zatrzymac tam po drodze do Mumbaju. Pomimo licznych przestrog przed chaosem w stolicy Indii, nasze wrazenia byly raczej pozytywne, przynajmniej jesli chodzi o turystyczna dzielnice, w ktorej sie zatrzymalismy. Bylo bardzo goroco, ale poza tym dwa dni tam spedzone uplynely nam przyjemnie na zwiedzaniu, piciu sokow owocowych i lassi oraz zegnaniu sie z Indiami.

AsOld Delhi

Old Delhi

Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

Muslim fashion, Jama Masjid

Muslim fashion, Jama Masjid

Old Delhi

Old Delhi

New Delhi, Connaught Place

New Delhi, Connaught Place

Delhi, Pahar Ganj

Delhi, Pahar Ganj

Building in Pahar Ganj

Building in Pahar Ganj

Bustling Streets of Pahar Ganj

Bustling Streets of Pahar Ganj

traditional street dining

traditional street dining

17h train journey

17h train journey

Posted by joxa 09:18 Archived in India

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