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... 1 USD). Once we got to the main gate our tour guide purchased our tickets to enter the Taj. This cost us about 750 rupees (about $13 USD).
Once we purchased our tickets, our tour guide gave us a great history and synopsis of the construction of the Taj, the surrounding buildings, why it was built, etc. He also was an AMAZING photographer might I add! All the pictures I have of myself from the Taj were taken by him. He was just ...
... we always have some kind of bread nann or roti type all freshly made.
We got taken to a local carpet factory and watched the poor people doing the carpets, then we were obviously asked to buy something!
We had a rest and Wayne went for a swim in the hotel pool on the roof top we have a view of the Taj Mahal.
We set off for the Taj Mahal in the late afternoon, it was still quite busy as it was the weekend but it didn't take away the WOW ...
... Still Shahjahan was at least imprisoned with a view of the incredible Mahal he had built, so I guess it could have been worse. “Don’t worry dad, if you look out the shed window, you’ll be able to see that nice veggie patch you made, and the pond you dug. Right, I’ll be inside, drinking my way through your booze cupboard. See ya, loser!”
With not much else to say about Agra, we moved on after a couple of nights, into the province of ...
... felt a little emotional. We walked through and started taking photos in front of the Taj. Then, locals started harassing us for photos. No. Not to take photos for them in front of the amazing wonder of the world, but for them to take a photo with us, a different white monument. So weird! We obliged as they would not take no for an answer. In total we must be in about 120,000 locals photo albums now. We were harassed when inside the Taj by a huge family ...
... then I apologize for not being able to accurately describe its delectable taste. I definitely had more than one of those.
The gathering ended with several of the faculty members letting us rip around campus on their scooters, which, as you may imagine, was also quite fun.
The night, however, did not end there as the next day marked a significant event: Mo’s 24th birthday. So at the stroke of midnight, along with several WII students living at the ...