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Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
... to be traditional dancing during dinner but this seemed to not happen, there was a bit of concern when it was announced that it is a set menu as some of our crew aren't eating meat or spicy tucker, anyway every one ate their fill and seemed happy at the end of the night. We had an early night ready for a big day driving tomorrow, I think we drive 5 or 600 K's! and in this traffic and roads that will be ...
... beautiful!), then Kumar took us to see a marble demonstration. They showed us how each piece is hand carved and then different coloured stones placed into the marble to create designs. They had many beautiful table tops and other decorations that you can only find in Agra. We also went to a fancy jewelry and textiles shop before Kumar took us to a special location where we could see the back of the Taj Mahal. There we ran into an Australian couple that we had ...
... stream of people throwing offerings into the river (and some suspicious looking carrier bags probably full of hazardous waste!). On the way back to the hotel we got caught up in a drum dance celebration and were pelted with red and purple powder paint. We returned to Yash for dinner again as Laura was desperate to use their wifi to follow the Swindon match on Twitter. COYR!! To complete the 'golden triangle' we're off to Jaipur next. More to follow when we get there. L & CJ ...
... to get a bit agitated with me that I was more interested in taking photos than hearing stories about the Mughal Emperors that may or may not be true, and regardless of its authenticity, I would probably have forgotten by the next day. One thing I did remember was about Shan Jahan, the emperor who comissioned the Taj Mahal, was locked away for the last eight years of his life in the Red Fort, after becoming in and his son stealing his throne. From his room ...
... least started) by Akbar. This tour proved to be excellent with a very entertaining guide as he recalled stories of Shah Jahan, the emperor who built a certain mausoleum on the other side of the river for his wife.. to be continued.
In the afternoon we visited the Baby Taj, a beautiful monument built by Shah Jahan's stepmum years before his achievement. Last full day of the tour tomorrow!
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