Hotel Pearl Plaza
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... Don't eat salad, don't open your mouth in the shower, don't eat western food, anything deep fried is ok, anything you see boiling is ok. Next, you have packed your chemically created concoctions, no poos and no spews? Yep. Well you will also need this all natural extract from a potent fruit which will kill a buffalo. A few drops in your morning juice and straight down. Oh by the way don't get any on your lips . It was at this point in the conversation we knew ...
... few more stares. With our tickets purchased we head through the requisite security checks and onto a platform. There is an area where women can stand, another area for mixed and later we learned there are trains where certain cars are designated for women only. I took advantage of that on one occasion, simply due to the large number of men in the coach that pulled up in front of us. Barry chose to hover between the mens coach and the ladies after being refused by a patrolman when ...
... the Taj Mahal - to see it in the morning light and to avoid the crowds. Back to the hotel for breakkie and pack the bags and then off to see Agra fort. Very impressive looking fort but its like the sister of the really hot chic... The sister would be beautiful, but next to really beautiful sister, she's a little meh... :) Gotta love my non sexist analogies. Sorry mum, I'm trying to appeal to a wide audience here. Back in the car and back to ...
... of the city, Akshardham or Swaminarayan temple.Just 8 yrs old, but thronged by millions of visitors, Akshardham is a Hindu temple, known for its breath-taking complicated display of hindu and indian culture, spirituality and architecture. We could only get a picture of it from a distance, as no electronic items are allowed inside, due to the immense security imposed by the government of the State of Gujarat, which maintains it.The entire premises is ...
... while he flagged down a taxi. He was such a nice man and I will always remember him standing there smiling at us in the pouring rain. We gave him a big tip, hopped into the taxi and squelched back to our hotel.
We ate an amazing, but hot, Thali and drank a lot of kingfisher beer and packed our bags ready to move on to our next city. Tomorrow was out first taste of trains and we would be heading to Jaipur.