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... which are very very traditional and common here. There were flower "chandeliers" everywhere made up completely of strings of delicate white flowers, with a full rose head at the end of each string. One chandelier might have 30 roses and there were at least 20 chandeliers. There were marigold garlands everywhere too and flower bombs- confetti machines filled with flower petals. The main decor were large 15-foot high canopies of flowing pink and orange fabric. Beneath then ...
... then ordered both hands had to be cut off.
We spent 2 hours here and loved every minute of it.
Would I see I return to see it again ?
In a heartbeat..,
Back to the hotel
We needed to have breakfast, shower, pack and check out so back to the hotel we went. According to the itinerary we were supposed to be picked up at 9.30 however we asked to be ...
... who was Shah Jahan, the builder of the Taj Mahal.
The final visit of the day was to a manufacturer of the inlaid marble items like those decorating the walls of the Taj Mahal. It is quite a labor intensive process and thus the prices of the products they sold were high. Luckily, we found no reason to buy anything.
Normally we ate dinner at the hotel we were staying at but Rajeev, our tour ...
... in be midst of one of the great wonders of the world people kept coming up and asking for pictures with us - I think I now must be in about 10 different Indian families holiday photos!!! After we had taken our last moments with the Taj we then headed back for dinner and enjoyed lots of Tahli, which is fast becoming a favourites of mine. Apart form the Fort and Taj there is not really much else to do in Agra so we will be heading out tomorrow! K ...
... until it was full and we were cutting it really fine. We decided to find a taxi, as we had no phone signal to call the guest house, at the closest train station. We ended up paying 40rps on a bicycle rickshaw to take us 0.3km around the corner. We could have walked!!! At the train station - one lone taxi with no driver to be found. In desperation we took another auto rickshaw back to the guest house and in a mad panic asked them to call the original taxi to take us to Mathura. At first ...