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First Pictures From India Land

Location: Delhi and Daramsala, India

NAMASTE.
These are pictures from my first days in India. It's so beautiful and exiting, I hope the pictures do it justice, but just in case- ALL OF YOU should come here and see for yourself!

Three birds at Red Fort in Delhi

This is my first picture from India. The Seekh riksha driver wasn't too pleased with me taking his picture, but he drove us all around Delhi before taking us to where we actually wanted to go, so I think we're cool

We went to a bird hospital, were there were all these sick and injured birds, and opposite their cages were all these pictures of how birds can get hurt. I thought it was pretty funny, but depressing for the birds...

These women are looking at all the crowd that gathered because of a bus- riksha accident. I think everyone is O.K

Me at Red Fort. It's a beautiful place, many buildings built out of carved red stone. When the sun started to set- they were so impressive. The awesome belt I'm wearing is Yukikos' creation!!!

Taken from the top of the steps at the mosque we visited. There are lots of people in Delhi...

The biggest mosque in India, at sunset. The old guy in the entrance was quite hostile and we ended up not taking a camera in, which is a shame, because it really is astonishing. A young Indian guy, who might have been following us, joined us and explained a little bit. He was nice, but it was a bit hart to get rid of him... :-)

Men on a Delhi bus

Waiting for the bus from Delhi to Dahramsala. It was 3 hours late, but that's alright. The girl next to me was attacked by little Indian brats, so she threatened them with the stick she has in her hand... No one was hurt, surprisingly enough...

Oh, yeah, of course there are cows walking down the streets in India. This one was massive!

The forest in Bahgsu. Maybe heaven looks like this.

Oh, everything was worth getting to Bahgsu... this place is out of this world...



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This is my first picture from India. The Seekh riksha driver wasn't too pleased with me taking his picture, but he drove us all around Delhi before taking us to where we actually wanted to go, so I think we're cool

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Three birds at Red Fort in Delhi

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These women are looking at all the crowd that gathered because of a bus- riksha accident. I think everyone is O.K

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We went to a bird hospital, were there were all these sick and injured birds, and opposite their cages were all these pictures of how birds can get hurt. I thought it was pretty funny, but depressing for the birds...

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Taken from the top of the steps at the mosque we visited. There are lots of people in Delhi...

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Me at Red Fort. It's a beautiful place, many buildings built out of carved red stone. When the sun started to set- they were so impressive. The awesome belt I'm wearing is Yukikos' creation!!!

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Men on a Delhi bus

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The biggest mosque in India, at sunset. The old guy in the entrance was quite hostile and we ended up not taking a camera in, which is a shame, because it really is astonishing. A young Indian guy, who might have been following us, joined us and explained a little bit. He was nice, but it was a bit hart to get rid of him... :-)

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Oh, yeah, of course there are cows walking down the streets in India. This one was massive!

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Waiting for the bus from Delhi to Dahramsala. It was 3 hours late, but that's alright. The girl next to me was attacked by little Indian brats, so she threatened them with the stick she has in her hand... No one was hurt, surprisingly enough...

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Oh, everything was worth getting to Bahgsu... this place is out of this world...

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The forest in Bahgsu. Maybe heaven looks like this.