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Travel to cool places. Eat lots of food. Repeat. And I thought I might lose a little weight with all of the walking.

I'm not sure why I like this photo. I don't like it a lot, so it's sort of filler, but I still like it enough to actually include it.

We had lunch on the 50th floor of the building to the right. 

Uni bibimbap (Urchin)

Spicy short rib. 

The Last of Delhi

And we'll wrap up Delhi with a couple pictures of tombs. Not too shabby, but it's not exactly the Taj Mahal of tombs. That's next. The image the top is Isa khan Niazi's tomb, and the much more impressive one on the bottom is Humayun's tomb.

Anyone notice an overplayed theme in my photos?

I thought about cutting down those trees that were blocking the view but I figured it'd be too much work for the heat

Two Star Photos of New Delhi

You can think of this as a filler episode. 

Jaipur to New Delhi was our next train journey. It was particularly hot and humid when we arrived - probably the hottest we'd experienced so far, and the air seemed fairly heavy with pollution. I'm not sure how long it had been since the last rain, the it was pretty hazy. I found myself really hoping for rain because it kept the air fairly clear for a few hours.

Jantar Mantar

After a rainy and windy time in Udaipur, including an ill advised trip up to a temple on top of a mountain during a wind storm that was in the process of slowly tearing apart said temple, we took another long train ride to Jaipur. While there, we visited the Jantar Mantar monument there, which is an old school observatory, and features the world's largest stone sundial, which I just learned from Wikipedia. Neat.

Not pictured here is the world's largest stone sundial

Me trying to be edgy

Brave New Pigeon: The Movie: The Experience in IMAX 3D

I guess that's the world's largest stone sundial to the right

I guess that's the world's largest stone sundial to the right


I believe I took this when we were departing from Mumbai on our way to Udaipur. Featuring an incredibly photogenic police officer. 

And for fun here's a panorama of the train station

And of the train car we were on. 

If this were its own post, I'd title it ~Compartments~