Hotel Mandakini Villas
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... nuns told us Mother Theresa visited often, and was there just before her death. After returning to the hotel, I had them hire me a cab, and we went to a pharmacy. The cab driver walked me up to this sheet metal shop. With sign language, I said I wanted cough syrup and pills. They had hundreds of these little file boxes filled with pills. I brought them back and googled them. I got a great night's ...
... much wine apparently. Anyway reader you'll no doubt be pleased to know the wine was ok, not great, but ok. The meal we had was actually very good. We had been warned not to order sea food as we were along way from the sea but would be ok with meat. Chicken tikka for me and some kind of chicken in a grey/green sponge for Gill. It was however surprisingly tasty and plenty to be had. It was a great evening and the rest of the party were good fun. Off to bed when back as yet another early ...
... menu. However we had no time or opportunity (or in fact desire) to check them out. The next morning we had an Indian breakfast of parathas, fruit and yogurt and bade farewell to our host Ashwani at the Tree of Life. It had been a welcoming and very comfortable place for our introduction to India. Traffic at 8 AM on a Sunday morning was light and we were on the eastern outskirts of New Delhi in less than an hour. On the fringes of the city there were many modern ...
Day 28- Taj Mahal, Red forte and the Baby Taj We started the day visiting the Taj Mahal which opened at 6am, or in Indian tine more like 6.3! Unfortunately it wasn't a clear day so the Taj didn't glisten or sparkle like we were told, it was however still really impressive. We took some pictures and had a wonder inside too. The guide Raj told us the story about why it was build and that it wasn't a palace but a tomb for one of the wives that died, the one that gave him a ...
... and beautiful city for us and has left us feeling very connected to it, firstly with the family link but also in seeking out the college, cemetery and house we have seen the real Agra and have had help from the real locals who have been amazing at sticking their necks out for two complete strangers - this is true to form of the Indians we have met on this journey and have grown to love them them for it.