Our guide Gautam was excellent and fancied himself as a professional photographer grabbing our cameras and iPhones to capture the moment, amazingly we actually managed to get some fantastic shots. Jet lag was beginning to take over so Lundy was next on the menu. Tanu and Gautam took us to a fabulous restaurant, frequented by locals and tourists. We ordered a selection of Indian dishes washed down with an icy lemon soda. During the meal a classic situation occurred when Gautam organised a money changer to come to our table so that we could buy Indian Rupee, the rate was an amazingly 3 rupee higher than the airport, so of course we all opted for the deal, all cashed up for the trip.
Our final destination after lunch was a drive past of the Government buildings, Parliament House, and a quick stop at the Indian Gate to take pics, and made our first purchase from a stunning young girl selling bracelets. Thinking that one bracelet was 100 rupee, which we thought was a good deal, Tanu came along just at the right time and managed to get us another 3 bracelets for 100 rupee. Bargain?Returning to our hotel we collapsed in our rooms exhausted after a eventful, inspiring day.