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... unfortunately as the light began to fade. After this we were taken to a marble carving shop which again showed the process of how they make table top pieces etc. but again the main purpose was to sell. One of the sales tactics they have is to give you a free drink to make you feel like you owe them something (a sale maybe) and when I offered to pay for the coke the sales woman got extremely offended. We bought some smaller ...
... There was a lot of beggars, mainly children who kept approaching us in the hope for money. Again, we tried our best to ignore them.
The poverty in India is something that needs to be seen. It's horrible and very upsetting, for me the hardest thing is to see the children, most look orphaned, seeing their skinny bodies, hardly clothed, dirty and sick. As we sat waiting for the train which we were informed would be FOUR hours late there was a group of children, ...
... corner from the hostel i had 2 eggs, 4 slices of toast, an omlette and a banana lassi for 120rs
After stuffing my face it was time to pick our bags up and head to the train station for our 1055 train back to Delhi which cost 80rs for three and a half hour journey, the train left 25 mins early so we had to run along the platform and jump on the train, i must be getting more and more like a local each day.
See you in Delhi
... and we felt awkward watching it. Eventually the train set off but before we could take our eyes away from the window we hit the slums. These shanty towns seem to crop up around the train tracks, just on the outskirts of the cities. The rubbish that we had witnessed in the streets of Delhi was nothing in comparison to the waste that we saw children and animals picking through. It was a humbling and harrowing sight, not easily described. Women were washing their ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Essar Hotel Agra
Other places to stay in Agra
Taj Ganj, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $69
- Beautiful hotel
- A Sheraton with a view of the Taj Mahal
- Good hotel though slightly disappointing...
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $71
- Only average
- So-So Experience
- Horrible excuse for a luxury hotel
54, Taj Road, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $49
- Better than Clarks Jaipur
- Quite satisfactory
- Very Servicable Hotel
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 4 star hotelfrom $67
- Comfortable hotel, elegant rooms, lovely setting, excellent food and service
- Quite nice..
- Another decent Hilton
Taj East Gate, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $327
- Definitely worth the expense
- The Only Place to Stay in Agra(vation)!
Taj Ganj, Fatehabad Road , Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $65
- Loved the Taj i
- Perfectly adequate & good service
- A Good Deal
181/2 Fatehabad road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $43
16/2/8, Commercial Complex, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $44
- Great Hotel
- Howard Park is an oasis in city of chaos.
- Good value for the money
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $17
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 1 star hotelfrom $28
137, Station Road, Agra Cantt, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $19
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $58
6B The Mall Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $47
263 Station Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $10
Near TDI Mall, Opp Hotel Trident, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $26
181/1, Tourist Complex Area, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $13
V.I.P Road to Taj Mahal, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $38
Tourist Complex Area, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $21
Pratappura Crossing, M.G. Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $23
Shaid Nagar Crossing, Shamshabad Rd, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $16
1, Amarlok, Taj Link Road, Near Shilp Gram Parking, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $28
Western Gate, Agra | 1 star hotelfrom $10
Block-36, Agra | Hotelfrom $39
East Gate, Taj Ganj, Agra | Hotelfrom $4
Chowk Kagziyan,South Gate, Agra | Hotelfrom $14