Qutub Minar

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Qutub Minar Delhi Reviews

TravellinChic Travelli…
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UNESCO Heritage Site in Delhi Nov 27, 2010
For a foreigner to pay Rs250which is about Usd6, it's ok :) However, I pretended to be a local and paid on Rs20 which is cheap for me :P

This place has so many interesting buildings, etc to see and will need at least an hour for a relaxed tour around the place :)

Qutub Minar is very interesting and it has intricate designs. There is an unfinished monument meant to make another Qutub Minar but higher...however, the one who is making it died and it was left unfinished.

There's a funny incident where a Japanese guy was asking some Filipino kids to say Namaste while taking their video! hahaha!!! He must have thought they're indians :P No, they're not!

Other than the piercing stares from pervert guys...it was a great experience :)

Oh, I almost forgot, another downside is the toilet! :P

My friend needed to go so I decided to go as well and the CR is sooo stinky I almost throw up! I had a face mask sprayed with my perfume and held my breath for as long as I could but it was just so much that when I went out I was coughing so bad and almost throw up...that was really really bad!!!
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TravellinChic says:
let me know what happens :)
Posted on: Dec 10, 2010
gwen-chia says:
I'm doing Delhi-Agra-Jaipur with a friend in february. Wonder if we'll be able to pass for locals ;) better learn some hindi to try and sound local. Namaste to you too!
Posted on: Dec 10, 2010
beau_bread says:
Well Filipino can pass for indian :)
Posted on: Dec 08, 2010
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