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... Agra Fort. This was extremely cool and interesting. It was very similar to the Red Fort in Delhi from the outside, but inside was a lot more impressive. Our guide told us how the fort was never breached by enemies, as there was a security system of 2 moats and 3 walls (in between which were crocodiles and Bengal tigers). If anyone got past all that, there is a huge ramp to climb up into the fort, down which boiling oil and massive boulders would ...
At 4am in advance of my flight to Mauritius it dawned on me that my scheduled airport drop-off wasn't going to turn up, and instead of paying the ridiculously inflated hotel taxi fees went on a search for a local cabby to rescue me. As it happens the first thing I stumbled across was a tuktuk and a quite clearly tired driver. After bartering the price down to half what the hotel was charging (3£! - all the cash I ...
It is the second largest residence of a Head of State in the world. The Rashtrapathi Bhavan. All of 340 rooms in 320 acres. When the British moved their administrative center from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911 - the famed architect Lutyens was forced to incorporated "indian" features in the construction. If you could compare it with the Colonial style buildings - you can identify the house of the President of India as having a ...
... main archway beautifully written into the the white marble with black onyx. Inside the tomb of the queen and king were inside but their actual coffins were below the ones we saw which are only for display. The queen was in the center of the room while the king was on the corner as it was never the plan for him to share the memorial with his queen. The king had planned to create a similar Taj Mahal facing the original Taj Mahal near the garden area I was at ...
... some of the areas in and around Agra which shook us to the core. Living in a developing country as we do, we do see poverty, but nothing like the rawness we witnessed here, yet we still saw joy and smiles against all odds. When we returned to our room later in the day we both could not shake what we had witnessed from the start of our day, in the end, we gave what we could and offered humble prayers. We chose to see the Taj at sunrise, and happy we did, as we witnessed the ...