|Small Mosque at Qutb Complex entrance|
Another up and at 'em early off to try and beat the traffic (Ha! No chance. Ever.) This would be an hour plus on the bus to visit a place called the Red Fort, which apparently was home to the Mughal emperor from 1648 to 1857. The IWFS Blurb said "This fascinating red sandstone structure is home to many museums and provides much to explore."
|Ornate stonework on columns|
|Seeking enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. Ommmm......|
|The Qutub Minar. Big Tower. And trees|
|Very pleasant walking through the ruins and trees|
|Welcome to Bukhara!|
|Inside the Bukhara - a bit "cosy" on the small tables|
|Grover Zampa Collection|
As said, the white fizz was wonderfully crisp and tamed the heat of the curries excellently. Memo to self - must try some fizz back in KL with some curry. The Rose did similar service. Not much memory of the Viogner nor the reds - have to see if they are available here in KL and have a second go.
|Happy Birthday Dave!|
|More ruins at the Qutb|
|The grounds at Qutb Complex|
|Table friends at Bukhara|