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... rate, Agra was reestablished as the Moghul capital, until of course, Akhbar's grandson, Shah Jahan decided to build a new one in Delhi. One interesting note on modern Indian society. To get from the parking lot to the Palace Complex we had to take a shuttle bus. When we got on it was almost filled with brightly attired and very raucous women who stared at us as we took our seats and made comments which we think were directed at us. When we got off the bus, our ...
... a village without bringing a bag of pens or candy ? (We've had angry children and some with tears because I only had one pen which I kept for myself and also the same for my hair clip! Can we keep on taking photo's without paying for every photo? (always ask in case of a person if you are allowed to take the photo).
I love photographing but my rule is no payment for a photo! Then unfortunately no photo or a sneaky one with zoom around the corner
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We caught our tour to Agra at 2:00 am this morning. It's a four hour drive there so the object is to get there by sunrise and before it gets hot. Seems this is low tourist season which is good for us. There was ************e else there and we were able to catch some of the glimmer reflected by rising sun and tour pretty much to ourselves. Well like Machu Picchu- words do not do justice. I couldn't believe I was actually there. The beauty and symmetry are just awe inspiring ...
... Taj the most impressive part about this building or tomb is the magnificent stone inlays. Spending some more time inside the tomb and around the garden I took it really slow. Of course by now the place was flooded by tourists from all over the world. I sat down on a park bench and listened to the audio guide for the Taj Mahal that I downloaded the day before for my iPhone (sometimes tech stuff helps)… Will see if I manage as planned not to turn on my phone for ...
With our new plan of attack settled, Ben and I set off across Rajasthan and into Uttar Pradesh to squeeze in a visit to the Taj Mahal at Agra, before we hit Kathmandu. Ben would fly direct from Nepal to the UK, and couldn't, in good conscience, leave the sub-continent without seeing the world's preeminent piece of Murgal architecture.
Our train ride from Jaisalmer to Delhi was some 15 hours long, but after our 32 hour trip from the south, it didn't even raise ...