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... battled through the crowds, most of whom were Indian tourists who are believe it or not the biggest posers ever (apparently they have just discovered the selfie?!?) to capture it on film. Easier said than done! White building against white/grey smoggy sky...you get the picture (or not!). We decided to give it a couple of hours and headed for a close up inspection instead.
Can you believe you can actually sit on the side of the Taj ...
... Dear god, I thought I had seen it all when it comes to spa treatments but this took it to a whole new level.
First off you are in a very narrow room with a massive massage bed . It's an extra wide slab of wood with a thin mattress and disposable cover on top. Behind that is something that resembled a large glass and wood coffin. It was a vaporising chamber ! Of course ! There were 2 ladies dressed in beautiful clothes ready to perform the massage treatment. I was told to ...
When you speak to anyone that has been to India, on the list of "must see" places, Taj Mahal has to rank on the top. It's this that brings millions of tourists to Agra every year, in fact you pretty much don't want to see Agra for any other reason. We struck gold with our hotel. It was easily the cleanest and most modern place we stayed in and yet it was only $50 for the night, breakfast included. But wait it gets better, it was 600m from the Taj ...
... s Service Society, run by a group of Catholic Religious Sisters (Franciscan's, Blessed Sacrament Sisters and Sacred Heart Sisters). They run San Joe Puram Children's Villages and look after children between 18 mths and 21 Years who are orphans, intellectually disabled, physically disabled, sight, hearing or speech impaired. Because the homes are a good distance outside of Delhi, Mr James said that he would deliver the clothing and toiletries we had on behalf of the ...
... my decision to visit India at the first glimpse of the hotel we stayed at because the surrounding area looked like a war scene in Hollywood's version of the Middle East, but this would be the most basic hotel we would stay at in India. In the end, we actually grew quite fond of the hotel and the staff. I guess I had been spoiled by my stay in Shanghai's beforehand, but this hotel possessed all the basic amenities such as hot water, ...