Hotel Bharatpur Ashok
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After Fatehpur we head out to lunch and then onto the Keoladoe Bird Sanctuary. My cold is really bad today and having got little sleep last night as i couldn't breath i find that i don't much enjoy sitting in the cycle rickshaw looking at birds. It gets even worse when we get out of the rickshaws and walk into the brush in search of a python. I am …
... the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri. Purpose built by the Moghuls over 12 years, it was the capital of India just four. Made of red sandstone, It is similar in design to the Red Fort, but it is in better condition than the Red Fort, with less evidence of graffiti and theft, perhaps partly as it is outsized of any city. There important city buildings still stand. Holes in the walls for carrier pigeons. Houses of the ...
This was a stop gap on the way to Agra as it's quite a long journey! Here there is a bird sanctuary, which I think my mum, Joycey, would love but we were so tired, most of us gave it a miss and just had a rest day. Although seeing so many places so quickly is amazing, packing and unpacking your things so often and constant traveling on ...
... bike so many miles. I did tell them it would have been nice to have had company, but both seemed surprised. "Who is she? What's she doing here? Is she a part of our group?"
No one, I think, wants to get older, to see physical changes that inevitably come with aging, but considering the alternative, most of us continue to press on, to do the best we can with what we've got. But why don't people understand that ALL human ...
... of the Taj. At first glance, it looks like a small mirage. As you walk closer, the grandiose building shows itself. To give some perspective, just the last tip of the building is the height of a three story building. The entire area is symmetrical, with a mosque on the left facing East and a replica on the right. Inside the tomb is the only non-symmetrical part; Mumtaz's tomb lies in the middle and Shah's tomb is just to the left. This shows ...