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... tomb of Mohammed Ali Shah. Also here his daughter and her husband are both burried in a replica off the Taj Mahal. Since it was very warm we decided to go for a drink with the three of us. Dimitry gave us some tips to the places we like to visit and convienced us to go to Varanasi first. Then we joined him to the train station since he had to check his ticket and we had to look for a train to Varanasi. We were lucky we found one for the next day at 12.55h and it still had AC ...
... baby, begging for money from us. We said "how much?" Which led to a long negotiation (among themselves, not with us), settling on 200 rupees. Ashwin said we got off easy. Not sure who the money goes to, but somehow the joke is supposed to help ensure that Ashwin and Toshi have a ...
... to get on and off! Unfortunately heavy bags and backpacks are not allowed on the metro so we could not rely on it for trips to the train stations when we headed out of Delhi.
Unfortunately we had some difficulty in booking train tickets to Agra (Indian Rail system downtime and crashes!) and had to resort to taking a bus – not ideal but it takes 2 hours by car so 3-4 hours by bus shouldn’t be too bad we thought. Unfortunately ...
... effort... how cool would that be???
After the presentation we enjoyed lunched together for the last time in the dining room of their house. We had a few laughs and stuffed ourselves on rice, chapati, dal, and potatoes. Jenna and Meghan got henna tattoos on their hands from one of the ladies while we collected all of our things and began to say our goodbyes. The love they showed us over the past week through their continual service of feeding ...
... only spoke hindi. Hand shakes as an introduction must not be common here... most look at you funny when you try to shake their hands... though they do hold out a limp palm to you. Oh, I can't rob you of this one... the local Indians who came to help us from the ministry were amazingly nice and continued to bring us water throughout the day. They definitely served like Christ the whole time and we were very very thankful. They even went out and bought ...