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... been in the hotels which are also very quiet. The temperature is now around 38 degrees so I'm super happy:-).
Ok so back to our expeditions, we stayed at the Raddison Blu just for one night it's 1km from the Taj Mahal . The Red Fort was our first port of call (as we wanted to see the Taj at sunset) an hour tour with a guide was informative but super hot the fort was build over 500 years ago and today the India army still use 70% of it!
The fort ...
... seem to be everywhere, capturing every moment. The path is filled with the traditional Punjabi drummers and the 80 or so dancing family and friends who have been there all weekend. The women start by tying decorations on the garlands hanging from the mare. As we dance the procession begins to move, slowly snd stopping along the way. Relatives circle money around Abhi's presence and throw it, wishing him wealth and prosperity. And the drums continue playing ...
... is a really hard job and the people that do it are very poor, living in slums nearby. The job usually passes though the family so there isn’t much chance of escape.
For lunch, KK took us to a restaurant that was a bit pricier than usual but guaranteed hygienic. After we had ordered, I asked if he was going to eat something. His reply was “are you going to buy me something” – quite difficult to get out of that one! So KK also got ...
... as it is reputed to be more scenic but can take 5-6 hours.
We did not want to get back to Delhi that late and it certainly wasn’t fair for Joshie or Khan so I suggested to Jeff that it wouldn’t matter to us if we went via the expressway because the sun would disappear shortly so the “benefit” of the long way was lost.
Jeff approached Joshie and he agreed to take us back via the ...
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