Day 20: In the national capital, Delhi

June 14, 2009 No Comments by

“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quiestest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.”

– Pat Conroy

I arrived in Delhi a full day ahead of schedule, early in the morning. Delhi being my final strategic location, I did not want to make any goof ups here. I had a lot of things to be done for my other side of life, regarding admissions. So I decided to get here a day early. 
I got down at the old Delhi station. I was now walking literally through the streets of ‘delhi-6’. I got to the bus stand and got to a bus to gey to my cousin’s house here. This being my fourth visit to the national capital, there was hardly any important place here left to visit. So I decided to take some rest and then do some window shopping. I went out for shopping in the afternoon. Delhi, with one and a half crore people in it, almost half the population of entire Kerala, had wonderful shopping centres. A wide variety of goods were available at competent prices. But I was hardly in the mood for shopping. I came back and took good rest.
Overall, Delhi is a wonderful place and there is a lot of historical monuments here to see. The transportation system here is quite visitor friendly and don’t forget to try the Delhi metro.

berT
13.06.2009
Location: New Delhi

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