Kadamb Kunj Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the bride needed help with hers- therefore we ended up with help. One of the 8 photographers helped me. It's an interesting process where they tuck it into the draw strings a couple places, hand pleat a large portion of the skirt and secure a few places with safety pins. It felt very glamorous to wear. All of the men from the close family and friends wore turbans - orange for the grooms side and yellow and green for the brides side. They started giving the boys headaches ...
... Mahal. He was eventually imprisoned (by his son!) in the fort. He was kept in a room where you can see the Taj Mahal in the distance. So, the king spent the last 15 or so years of his life viewing the monument he built to his wife (where he was eventually buried, too).
After the fort, we started our journey to Delhi. This time, we took the expressway and made the trip in half the time it took in the other direction.
... of time for sightseeing. We were able to see what the locals call the baby Taj, which was in fact built before the Taj Mahal, and you can clearly see where the inspiration from the Taj Mahal came from! It was a wonderful, magical, relaxing, warm, lovely day, finished off on a roof top terrace overlooking the Taj at sunset, with Vijay, a couple of beers and our last North Indian ...
... incredible (except perhaps for the hundreds of dead bees, that was a bit creepy) and so glad Brendan was keen enough to request we stop there as it was marvelous. I tied a string to the wishing wall, great way to begin New Years Day.
Another cow had swatted me, this time with his big head to the point of almost getting laid out completely. I am now convinced they know this Albertan slaughters their people.
Off to the Taj we ...
... see how he goes with the food. It must have been ok, we're not crook yet and out of Delhi, without the Delhi Belly. Our breakfast starts to arrive, first a tray with Marie's biscuits, well, that's what it says, they won't be as the biscuits that the Marie I know makes, a little flask with hot water, a tea bag and sugar - it makes a nice cup of tea, my travelling mate has a small problem when the train shakes and jolts and his tea ends up all over the Hindustani Times he's been reading. ...