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Of all the wonderful places and palaces I have seen in India there is one thing that has truly impacted my enjoyment of exploring here, and that is that in this country, to all men I must be invisible. At first I thought our guide's only looking at and speaking to my young roommate was an older man thing, where he was infatuated with a young woman and flattered by her attention. This was bothersome, and I mentioned it to him, but ...
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Although we know that people are migrating from the rural areas to the cities in their millions, the towns and villages through which we pass do not show signs of decline. In fact, among the ramshackle buildings there are brand new buildings, well constructed with ornamentation, surely a sign of increasing confidence and prosperity.
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... nearby was a wonder to see. Clearly, they had no money but it was a joyous scene of kids playing, men and women working or in the men's case, tinkering with something mechanical. Children waved and ran with the car shouting 'Hello goodnight.' Everyone was smiling and seemed really happy. It was infectious andwe all smiled too. After a lunch stop near Orchha where we didn't fancy tired buffet food, we headed to the 16th century palace fort ...
... for the sun to come out.We're hoping that the next city is going to be a bit warmer. We had seen a pizza hut on our way to our hotel so decided to go there for lunch as I (Miriam) wanted some western food.In the menu it said there was a special deal for a 3 course meal so Clíona wanted to try that out, turns out the deal wasn't on anymore.. Nice one! Cliona got a nice pasta and Miriam had a pizza which had jalapeño peppers on it, whoops! ...
... CAN BE MADE FOR THE CENTER ONLINE: http://www.mtorphanage.org Please be kind and give to gift of life!!!! The Red Fort of Agra and the Taj Mahal bear an exceptional and complementary testimony to a civilization which has disappeared, that of the Mogul Emperors. Agra's history goes back more than 2,500 years, but it was not until the reign of the Mughals that Agra became more than a provincial city. Humayun, son of the founder of the Mogul Empire, was ...
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