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... are the finest of their kind in India.
Feb 7- the morning is free to further explore Khajuraho. In the afternoon we board an express train to Jhansi where we will spend the night.
Feb 8- We rise early to visit the beautiful white marble Taj Mahal at sunrise, built by the emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal who died in childbirth in 1631. Nearby is the imposing Red Fort of Akbar, third of the Moghul emperors, whose mighty ...
The day started with a little lie in as we knew we wouldn't be getting too much sleep in the evening! We lazed around and watched a bit of tv with Steph while each of us had a shower. Steph then took us to Boulder to have a look around and have some brunch at a place called Snooze which had a long wait - sign of a good place! I had bacon and toast as I fancied a bacon roll and that's the closest they have! Doug had a crazy hash brown thing! After this ...
... to the national ballpark museum, a small but impressive collection of memorabilia from the classic ballparks, and the Tattered Cover bookstore. We hopped on bikes again and took the kids across the river for Little Man ice cream - delicious. We met up with David's cousin Cindy, Gary and Grant Darling who had just arrived from California. Tonight they are picking up Rose at ...
... much to our vegan dining dismay, Becca's salad came with a small sauteed cocoon.
Now for the good part:
WE DROVE THROUGH THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS!
It was one of the most humbling feelings being next to such massive formations. It really puts you in your tiny human space. I can't even imagine the amount of forces that created these mountains... im not sure what else to say really. I was speechless.
I have been traveling since I was five years old. I remember how exciting it all used to be. All the planes and people, and tiny napkins. I used to cling to my Father's leg as he gave me travel tips. If there is one thing you can say for the man, he trains them early. By the time I was seven I could get through a security check point faster than most adults. There were a few things my parents instilled in me, and I'm going to share just ...