Favorite thing: At the Domestic and International airports in Delhi, there are some useful maps of the city available. They also have some important numbers and other info about the city- sightseeing, restaurants, shopping, and autorickshaw and taxi fares...
Favorite thing: Its taken a long time coming for Delhi to decide it needed an efficient mode of public transport-- its now among the citys most talked about features, and the network is fast spreading. The system/network is to be fully in place in time for the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth games.
Simply travelling around and trying to comprehend all of the things happening everywhere. Coming from England - I had seen nothing like this - and the amount of information to take in when looking around is simply stunning.
Fondest memory: The picture I think encapsulates as nearly as possible the amount of activity here. A fruit and veg stand in the foreground in front of shops selling enfine parts and the red fort in the background.
Get a ride and see the city during rush hours when pedestrians, cyclist, rickshaws, cars, trucks compete with cows, monkeys, goats, dogs.
Fondest memory: Seeing people ***ting in public without hiding. I have seen so many butts and doo-doo coming out of assholes.
Monkeys playing with and then stealing drapes left for drying on the rooftop of a building. The owners got so angry, they chased the monkeys and threw stones at them. That was hilarious. They never got the drapes back though.