Hotel Mandakini Villas
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... emergency contingency money and possible train delays and possible bus changes etc would could be massive delays or costs etc. basically it isn't looking good. I snuggled into my ****** cold bed that I was longer than and hoped for the fog to clear. December 29- As I had planned to got to the Taj Mahal for sunrise I was a bit sad to wake up much later as we were told the fog would be horrible at that time and there was no point trying. Kelly and I decided ...
... lunch spot I could have sworn that Michael Palin was sat outside drinking tea, which would have been a amazing, but sadly it wasn't him and it turned out to be just Tony from Canada (UK originally) who was pretty good fun - he was a dead ringer though. At the Taj we wiggled our way through security to find out that we couldn't take in the selfie stick! On reflection we now understand the security risk - mobile trigger! So we hot footed it back to the restaurant and the owner kindly ...
... seeking to break free from the caste system, which is very much still alive here. Thus for nearly 1000 years Sarnath had disappeared until a 19th century British archaeologist began excavations in the area and unearthed the remnants of a very large temple and monastery, and a giant stupa (ceremonial mound) was also found on what is purported to be the site of Buddha's tree. The observations of a Chinese visitor at the height of Sarnath's importance confirmed the ...
... eyes sting and water. Its known to be a heavily polluted city. So after admiring the pollution and some chi tea while watching a dog with a neurological condition throw itself around madly and children asking for pens it was on to Agras fort. Fighting past the guides who insist you will hate it without them I decided to get an audio tour. Wow I like audio tours and really enjoyed the history of the Mughal kings, it makes what is slightly boring red sandstone interesting. ...
... emerald, ruby, gold are just some of them. It took seven years from start to finish. A mosque which compliments the Taj Mahal was built beside it so the craftsman and workers could attend temple. Two minarets are slightly leaning and were specifically built this way. In the event of a disaster where the towers fall, they will not hit the temple. The dome is a double dome to allow proper distribution of weight as the marble is heavy. ...