Kapoors Year 8: Scotland/India/Bhutan travel blog

Since Our Last Visit To India, Anil's Brother Ajay And His Wife...

It's Located In Dwarka, At The Eastern Edge Of The Indira Gandhi...

Many Of The Other Residents Have Flowers Growing On Their Balconies, Adds...

Anil Was Happy To Take Over Some Space In The Living Room...

We Got A Kick Out Of The Fact That Some Of The...

When We Returned From An Outing, We Discovered That Someone Had Completely...

Ajay And Neeta Invited Some Friends Over To Meet Us Once Again,...

We Decided To Head To Connaught Place In Central Delhi To Take...

It Was Great To See That The Pillars That Encircle Connaught Circus...

Anil Was Excited To Revisit The Old Theatre Where He Saw Many...

We Enjoyed A Stroll Around The Street In The Warm Evening Air

Delhi Is Very Beautiful In The Evenings When The Buildings And Shop...

Many Of The Shops Have Been Modernized But There Are Still Things...

Anil Was Delighted To See That This Stop Is Still In Existence,...

We Followed One Of The Streets, Janpath, Off Connaught Place, Taking A...

I Love To See The Handicrafts Brought In From All Over India

And Have A Chuckle At The Tourist T-Shirts For Sale As Well

If You've Ever Seen An Indian Commuter Train, You'll Understand Why This...

We Topped The Evening Off With A Quick Bite Of Curried Chickpeas...


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KAPOORS ON THE ROAD

It was great to be back in Delhi, spending time with Ajay and Neeta so soon after their two-month long visit with us in Canada and the US.

I called this entry “Yikes, driving in Delhi” because after all the driving I did in the UK, I was very comfortable driving on the left hand side of the road. Ajay was so convinced, that he even let me drive his old WagonR vehicle. After returning from their round-the-world trip, they purchased a new car, but kept the old one in reserve. I still can’t believe he trusted me to drive in Delhi.

I only drove a few kilometers from a shopping centre back to their apartment block, but it was enough to convince me that I didn’t want to drive in India. Indian drivers obviously work under some kind of system, but it was one I don’t completely understand, and I’m so very nervous, that it takes all the fun out of driving.

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