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... when we arrived just at dusk this evening. The hotel is beautiful and we have the most stunning view of the Taj Mahal from our window with chairs on the balcony for sitting and gazing. They had prepared a wonderful feast for Dinner with a nice blend of Indian and Continental cuisine for us. Tucking into bed early. Tomorrow's another early day as we depart by 6am to enter the Taj Mahal in time for Sunrise photo sessions. Hotel: The Oberoi Amerivilas 1 US Dollar = 60 Indian Rupees ...
One of our favourite days so far! We met a friend from Katie's last trip to India, Vijay, who drove us to Agra to see the Taj Mahal. It's completely breath taking, no words can really describe what an amazing sight it is! We felt blessed to have seen it on such a beautiful sunny day. Vijay took us to Agra on the new toll road, which only took 3 hours instead of 6, so there ...
... on board carriage A1. It was a two tier open bunk space, meaning their was a set of bunks on either side of the space open to the aisle. An Indian married couple were sitting on the bottom bunk on one side. They were travelling from Delhi to Kerala which was a trip of over 50 hours on the train. There was a man with his 92 year old father on the bunk over the aisle which runs lengthwise ...
28th November 2014 - Day 3 - New Delhi , India - Friday A quiet night, must be the body clock readjusting. I suppose there is a 5 1/2 hour difference, and a challenging travel environment. I finally read the Delhi paper last last night, Some thoughts on Indian News. I took ages to work out who "Cong" was, there were all these headlines that referred to Cong, and I thought, as others might, that the Viet Cong wound up 40 years ago BUT I deduced, eventually that it is ...
... princess and had a daughter (!) - they certainly didn't waste any time in those days.
Shah Jehan and Mumtaz Mahal were eventually married 5 years later, and 19 years later, the jewel died while giving birth to baby #14! A heartbroken Shah Jahan vowed never to marry (some stories say Mumtaz, on her deathbed, made him promise not to re-marry) and threw himself into building a monument - which took 22 years, 32 million rupees and 22,000 workers to construct. Once it was ...