Despite being ill we were determined to actually see some of the sights we missed last time so we visited a Ba'Hai Temple and Humayun's Tomb in the morning. The Ba'Hai temple was interesting and very different to Hindu temple's etc. The building was very modern and its lotus flower shape looked a bit like the Sydney Opera House. They beleive in harmony amongst all faiths and therefore anyone is welcome to meditate or pray there, as such, there are none of the statues of gods you see everywhere else in India. Humayun's Tomb was if anything more impressive than the Taj Mahal upon which it was based but the long walk round the grounds started to take its toll on us and we went to try and eat something before a second attempt at the Red Fort (as you may recall this is where the ankle incident happened).
This was a mistake and I ended up throwing up more than I could keep down. Still we were determined not to leave India without seeing more than the first 100ft of the Red Fort so we persevered. Was it worth it? Probably not ...the place was pleasant enough but nothing inside warranted a busted ankle and a dickie tummy...maybe we should have took it as a sign.
Our last evening in India, with Dada, was spent wandering around illuminated India Gate and eating Dosas from a very popular street vendor (I know this is not the most suitable thing we could of attempted to eat but it did us no harm) and the next morning after a sad farewell we headed to the airport and to Kathmandu.