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Fri - Delhi first impressions; loud, dense, chaotic, and tense. A rickshaw driver took us through Old Delhi where the streets/alleys were about 6 ft wide and full of sellers, pedestrians, rickshaws, motorcycles, and a few cars that barely fit. We visited the old spice market and chose from a variety of exotic teas. The dilapidated buildings were infused with air full of dust and chili smoke. Our lungs burned fiercely and we joined the locals in persistent coughing that ...
... light is good and when tourist numbers are low. An electric auto rickshaw took us to the gate and after purchasing a ticket (and not a guide) we were in. A small walk to a large gated archway brought us to the palace grounds themselves with the Taj Mahal set at the back of four square ornamental gardens with a ...
... case with the Taj, but it wasn't. I was blown away by it. It's a magnificent building. There are 3 entrances to the forecourt at southern, western and eastern points. From the forecourts northern end, you enter through the main gate. Beyond the perfectly symmetrical gardens and water features that greet you here, you see the Taj Mahal for the first time. It gets more and more impressive the closer you get as you begin to appreciate its size. Inside is the coffin of ...
... coffee and the girls brought snacks. I had already had a naughty snickers for breakfast so I decided against it. We then got back on the bus and two hours later we were in Jaipur. From the bus window, it looked amazing. An interesting a vibrant city. When we were driving into the bus station, a load of local men were running alongside the bus, and we shut our windows unsure of what it was all about. We shortly found out ...
... of it. Fortunately for us, it had rained a bit the night before, so instead of temperatures approaching 50 degrees Celsius, it was only a meager 42 or so…
I think my words would be unable to do this structure justice, and while I’m fairly certain everyone has a good idea of what the Taj Mahal looks like, I urge you to experience our trip through the pictures that I took.
The Taj Mahal was originally constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, in the ...
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