This time the city wasn't polluted at all and sky was "almost" blue. The ITC hotel in Delhi was fantastic! Had 3 hours time to walk around the city before heading to work. Decided to go check a tomb just next to the hotel and see the Lodi Gardens next to it. Not disappointed with my choice! The place was gorgeous and gardens were a perfect place for some quietness away from all the honking and noises.
Majestic reception at the hotel
At least I'm not totally alone on a Sunday evening
Delhi is greener than you might think
King Ashoka who got tired of war and told everyone to follow the way of buddha and peace. Good man!
Not sure if my coffee or weather was hotter at 43 degrees. Good morning Delhi
Muhammad Shah Sayyid's tomb in Lodi gardens
A bird on tomb guard for Muhammad
Shish Gumbad mosque
And right across Shish you can find Bara Gumbad. The blue tiles on top of the entrance makes it look different than all other tombs. Love the colouring
Sikandar Lodi tomb
Working hard or hardly working guard? He not gonna do much if anyone decided to do something not allowed here. Like the many stupid graffiti or market pen texts written on these old gorgeous historic landmarks. Who does that???
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Gorgeous! Safdarjung Tomb really was a sight to see! Entrance for tourists about 3 euro and locals 0,10 cents
A wall around whole tomb still standing. The details in it is fascinating
Scorching, in for a dip after 3 hours walk in the heat
Delhi team really knew their science. Was fun to have a 4 hours training session with you guys
Back at the airport again. It's funny what Indians think that China and Taiwan looks like when it's basically the same thing. And of course, the Americans. This was at Air Indians lounge in Terminal 3