A slow lazy Sunday morning was followed by a trip to Dilli Haat which is a dedicated out door Indian crafts centre with an ever changing set of themes (so if you go every 2 to 3 weeks you will see many different stalls).  I was looking for souvenirs and may well go back there later in the trip for the same, however I bought nothing (unlike Simon and Ruth, the friends I’m staying with).  Having said that is was a great place and I was only partly stopped by the items I liked being far too large to even think about bring (or sending back).  One of the things about the market is that they have a food area, where each stall is from a different region.  We ate at the Nagaland food stall where we had momo (which I hitherto thought only came from Nepal).

Post the market we had a quick zip around Khan Market for some fresh chicken,  This place supposedly has the most expensive retail rent prices for area in the country.  Looking at it, it’s  tip.

I’ve now uploaded first batch of photos on to my Webshots account and need to start planning properly for my coming days.