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... managed to escape this time empty handed. Certainly there are some
amazing craftspeople in India but the products are quite expensive as
befits the time involved.
After leaving Agra we visited Fatehpur
Sikri which is a ghost palace built in the early 1600s by Akbar the
Great. This is a huge complex but the building of it was not one of
his greatest decisions as it was built on the top of a rocky ridge
away from a ...
... was twirling and doing this funny head bob and making his eyebrows dance (like in the cadburys advert) was brilliant, we all ordered different curries and all shared, Jack at this point was still a little tender so he was on the mushroom soup lets hope he gets better soon!!
We got back to the hotel and ended up back in Giri's room finishing the drinks off from the night before and called it a night just after 1...when in India and all that haha!
So off we went on our travels. Flying with virgin was fun even got given a menu on the plane of a meals through out the flight....posh! We didn't really get much sleep on the plane with screaming babies and not getting comfortable. Landed in Delhi early got our bags figured out how to change currency in the airport then off we went. Got a taxi to our hostel to which we were told has been fully booked had a complete mare literally wanted to get on the next flight to Bangkok. ...
... Can't help but think Fairfield Halls doesn't quite cut it now. When you see the photos I'm sure you'll feel the same. Lastly was Amber Fort, built in 1592. Essentially an army base, but also a palace for king and queen, where dancers would put on shows for royals in the courtyard. Also home to mirror palace which was used as the royals bedroom in the winter. Adjacent was the summer bedroom which had a natural air conditioning system which I ...
... out! We had our old flat mate Phil from Auckland and his friend Dan also from NZ meeting us the next day so we had a few plans in action. Liam and I had a cooking course to go to the next morning but due to some confusion about emails we ended up going on that the following day so we had a whole day to explore the city and Amber fort before the boys arrived that night. Amber fort is a massive fort that surrounded by dry dusty clay hills - it's quite desert like. The fort itself is 11kms ...