We are finally ending up in Delhi, another magical city. You can really discover both the old and new Delhi, visit the Parliament House, and the strong British influence in Embassy Row. The stunning Old Delhi is a must see – with all its little streets, shops, and spice markets. Make sure to go early to avoid overcrowded streets! The hand-painted ceiling and walls of the Digambar Jain Temple were a remarkable sight. I had a delicious lunch and learned how to make bread at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib temple – such an unforgettable experience!



Next stop was a visit to one of the most extraordinary mosques in Delhi with antique shops just around the corner. India was amazing and I didn’t want to leave. Reach out to me to and I will create a custom itinerary that will include #memoriesbeyond such as meeting with students in public schools (don’t forget to bring candy!) and an opportunity to learn how to make traditional bread.







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