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... probably not much. As we come into the front of the station there is a sea of people asleep on blankets on the floor, homeless or waiting for a train - not sure really ? Our bags go through a security check, and then we wait for Sunil to check what platform we leave from, not having to stress about platforms and how things works at new places is terrific. We have 1 st Class seats in Car C8, seats 22 & 23 on the train that goes to Bhopal, via Agra I assume. The train station ...
... starvation, some of them, on the very steps of those gates. I am hoping that we will grow into a more "balanced" society in this century, and maybe, I will find a way to participate in this change, beyond what I have already done. The grounds are beautifully kept clean, the fountains are empty, as they were at Red Fort, and being a Saturday, there were a lot of Indian tourists, and a few foreigners. There are also a few other structures, among which a Museum, with ...
... even carried weapons. Whilst she stood there panicking and trying to comprehend the obvious danger she was in, the large monkey roared and sprinted forward reaching for the bananas. Claire's screams were drowned out by the howling and whooping of the other monkeys. The bananas fell and spread on the floor and the savage beasts went wild as they quickly gathered what they could. Claire thought that would be it. That they would take their bananas and be gone, but the monkeys had ...
... temple is the only one in India where a guard does a gun salute before the priest at the beginning and stands guard while the priest does the ceremony. The story goes that the God was carried back to Orchha in infant form from his birthplace. He told that he would turn into an idol wherever he was first set down. The God was meant to be set down in the large temple built for him but the Queen carrying him set him down in the women's quarters in haste ...
Travelled south from Delhi to Agra. The farm land was amazing. Potatoes, wheat, sugar cane. Finally saw a tractor. It was a MasseyFerguson for you tractor people.
Agra is home to the Taj Mahal. Without sounding cliche, it really is something to see in person. The Red Fort in Agra is equally impressive. This was the actual home of the Moghuls. European castles have nothing over this amazing ...