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simply walk, but as the place was vast in its expanse we would have needed a
couple of days at least to see anything worthwhile.
2 You can
hire bikes to cycle around in total freedom. This option was, for those of you
who have ever seen Cathy on a bike, not an option at all…or
3 Have a
guide and a cycle rickshaw. This was our choice and a splendid experience it
was too. As I have said, the guide was a fount ...
... Hughes injury in a cricket game between NSW & SA ( at the time the paper was printed he was still alive). There was a story on toughening up laws on touts, bring it on BUT it would be difficult to police, and lots on pollution issues and environmental issues - in a huge city choking on dust and smog it's not a huge surprise that the locals are making a noise on this. Breakfast was a negotiation, 750 rupees back to 600 ( $11 for 2 of us) so we had ...
... arrest having been over thrown by his son. At least he could see the Taj from his rooms but a slightly sad story. Following this we dropped into a shop which makes marble inlay stuff which was pretty good but despite all the efforts of the sales people ( and do they try hard) we managed to vacate finances intact. Back to the hotel for lunch then off again to the 'baby Taj' real name I have no idea but it is the tomb of the grandfather of the woman who is in the Taj (I think). ...
... and dirt, dirt, dust and did I mention dirt?
To close this blog entry, we are seeing the preparations for Diwalli, the most festive time of the year here. Lights and decorations are being put up, and the ads are everywhere. Like Christmas back home, it means good times with family and friends, lots of eating, presents exchanged, and fireworks, too. Too bad we'll be missing it.
... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Trains used - 14 (+1)
Metros/subways used - 27
Cars used - 5
Minivans - 8