Hotel Bhoomi Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... lunch of pakoras and the nastiest paneer curry that ended up being like orange and pumpkin purée combined which wasn't what it was supposed to be. I only ate the paneer out of it but even then I was gagging. I guess I shouldn't have expected much from the nasty roof top restaurant that was covered in flies. Things got even more frustrated as we continued to wait for confirmation we were getting a bus rather than the overnight train which has been ...
... 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 ...
... outside) lean three degrees away from the mausoleum so that is they were to fall, they would not fall on the main building. Also, the equivalent modern cost of building the Taj Mahal is £30/40 billion pounds! Unimaginable money. We returned to the hotel and got a lovely bite to eat at a restaurant nearby. Ben did very well to have his first meal of the day and is looking much better now. Lots of love, Loveyoubye ...
Friday Today was an early morning drive to Agra. While driving through Agra to our hotel we finally got to see a glimpse of the Taj Mahal, it was so surreal seeing it in such a causal setting. After a nice lunch we learned more about some of the history and visited the ______________ as well as the tallest gate in Asia. The whole group was just anxious to see the Taj Mahal, it was hard to focus on anything else. it was an early night since we had to get up for the sun rise at the Taj ...
... So that was my detour of Agra which finally ended my journey..
One might argue that since I went alone, it would have been boring. But to the contrary, I enjoyed the trip a lot. Not only the places I saw, but the time in various trains I took was amazing. I met a lot of amazing people on the way which was great. This experience is certainly one to remember and look back to.