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So we arrived in Delhi with a massive shock.
The driving is, well, not exactly driving as I know it. Essentially the lines for lanes are just there for decoration and who needs indicators when you've got horns. But 6 days in and I've just learnt that you go with the flow, if you waited to cross the street with no traffic you'd be there for days …
... queue was twice as long as the men's ...the women officers obviously do a more thorough job. I don't recall any security checks 25 years ago.
There was a lady about two spots ahead of me in the queue who, without any warning, started yelling at a guy who'd already been checked (the men's queue was not only shorter, it also moved faster) - "Cepat lah, ambil gambar, cepat!!!"...lol, a Malaysian no doubt.
The Taj was as breathtaking as it was 25 years ago - even if I ...
After the hustle and bustle and excitement of Jaipur we hopped on an early morning train for the few hours journey to Agra. The journey was pretty smooth, only slight delays and just a few cockroaches to keep at bay whilst waiting for the train. I never cease to be amazed at the boldness of people asking for tips here, it's incredible, you give a guy on the train 100RPS for doing pretty much nothing to serve up ...
... sprain BUT it was all worth it because WE HAD FOUND IT and given the grave it's first sight to the open air for a long long time!!!!!!!
Sadly we didn't manage to find Brenton's grave on the first visit, however we were due back in two days time so we vowed to try again.
When we re-visited we bought some flower petals to lay on Charles' grave and with our dear driver Asheraf ...
... for her father. The King was taken with her beauty and paid an exorbitant amount for the diamond. Three years later they were married even though she did not come from the right class and against the wishes of the kings father. The King had 2 earlier wives who were barren . Once married to his third wife he asked the other two wives to leave the palace and had residences for them at another location, The King and queen were inseparable ...