Time Zones and Tour of Delhi
Ok, so Jack, Linda and Kathleen call me on my cell phone from New York City last night, knowing full well that India is 9.5 hours ahead of New York waking me up around 5am from my nice alcohol induced sleep. They must die.
Back in Delhi, India rocks. With very little sleep, we visited the India Gate, a memorial to the WWI soldiers, the Presidential Palace and Parliment (where the recent terrorist attacks were) and the Gandhi Samadhi (site where he was cremated), and the center of the Islam period the Qutab Minar.
After I went and spent over $1,000 on a 100% hand made rug from Kashmir. It had to be the lack of sleep since I don't even have a home to put the rug it, so Jack/Kathleen/Linda, expect a bill. I did buy 7 CDs of local music for about $10 and treated myself to a haircut and a pedicure (my first ever) since my feet for a mess from the trek for around $1, so maybe it all balances out. :)
Going out tonight with Karishma, her cousin (who leaves for London Business School tomorrow) and Magi (random trekker from the Nepal) for a night of sin-so guys I challange you to call me again...