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The Red Fort or not?

Delhi day one

semi-overcast 26 °C

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After mastering the intricacies of Uber, getting it loaded on the tablet, still not sure how I did it with a UK phone number for verification, using it with cash, etc we hit the road about 11:30 for the Red Fort. The estimated fare for the ride 136 rupees the usual near collisions and shoe horn manoeuvres through the traffic we arrived there to discover it’s closed on Mondays! This is a boon for rickshaw drivers looking for tourists wanting something to do as we were gang tackled with offers to tour Old Delhi.
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Posted by khaimah2019 10:26 Archived in India Tagged buildings people historical

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