Mayur Tourist Complex
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... build a masterpiece to enshrine her remains and secondly, that he would never marry again. He fulfilled both wishes to his beloved wife. The monument took 22 years to build and 22,000 men laboured night and day to complete it. Is there a more romantic place on earth? We headed back and chilled out for the rest of the day. JMJ had a manicure (I declined on religious grounds) whilst I had a swim in the lovely pool (30 degrees) attended ...
... hey, it's India).
In Agra we didn't experience any of the hassles we were expecting based on what we heard from different travelers. Comparing travel notes with others reveals something about the incredible diversity of experiences in this incredibly diverse country. Something for everyone to love and something for everyone to hate.
So tomorrow morning it's an early train to Delhi for a couple of nights before the long flight home.
... with fizz, toast and strawberry jam, banana ( me), and I had 2 masala teas ( Dale got one but didn't drink it. Bloody piker!) . Quick check of the Vodaphone shop nearby to see if I can get a local pre paid SIM card but no luck they don't open for 2 days. As we're early by Indian standards we decide to walk the local area, we head the other direction from the hotel ( to what we walked yesterday). This is a local area, very few foreigners, actually we're the only ...
... was also met (not at the Modern Book Depot) - as a bonus, KF got some masala flavoured cup noodles.
We stopped for coffee at a local coffee chain...I had to avoid eye contact with S, as on-the-ball cop cleared the not-very-crowded street (much to P's annoyance), and then even stopped traffic for us to cross the single-laned street, in a Moses/Red Sea moment. The coffee place was full, but miraculously, 2 young ladies sitting at a 5-seater table moved to a smaller table ...
... He was genuinely devastated, he spent his days pretty much constantly in mourning and this beautiful mausoleum crafted from white marble is testament to this. He's buried there too, now. His cenotaph is bigger than hers but they both lie on their sides underground, beneath the decorative cenotaphs in crypts as is common in Islam, facing Mecca. And the thing I love most ...