Rahi Tourist Bungalow
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... a distance. After his death he was buried beside Mumtaz in a joint crypt in the Taj.
While the images of the building are so familiar, the size in real life is impressive. The whiteness and the symmetry of the design are striking, but as you get closer, the intricate carved work can be really appreciated. We donned our adult sized baby booties to walk through the building, with the colour of the red stone work ...
... And i don't mean in the emergency lane, I mean everywhere, no 3 lanes, but in both directions, and sometimes truck heading say North, would be lined up in the South bound lanes. Our small bus was small enough to JUST squeeze in between waiting trucks, on the outside of them, sometimes through opposite lanes, sometimes by going into the fields on the side of the road. A few times the bus got stuck, and we all had to get out and walk for a ...
... hotel is. The Aroma Spice Restaurant is very nice, so we order the first Kingfisher beers of the trip, 2 big bottles of water, Naan bread , Butter Chicken and another dish I can't remember, Dale is pushed into challenging his taste buds, his first Indian food in India. The food is beautiful, and we have a very nice night. All up for Dale and I with drinks is 1800 rupees, $36 for 2 people at a pretty up market place, I think good value. Dales face is a little red, ...
... Internet was finally real and right in front of me. It was worth the 7,000 km we traveled to finally get here. Our trip to India has been full of so many adventures and amazing sights such as the Taj Mahal. But so far the biggest treasure for me have been the people of India. Their kindness and unflappable intrigue in us and our own culture is something I will take home with me and always remember. Like Shah Jahan, I too have a developed a love, for Mother India and her ...
We spend some time wandering through the grounds, while Balbir tells us about the history.
Then back on the bus, to make our way to Agra. But before arriving, we have to endure an Indian traffic jam. The 2 lane road, one lane each direction, quickly turned into 5 lanes, with cars, buses, cows, motorbikes, bicycles and pedestrians, all trying to get ahead of everyone else, in the 5 lanes, ...