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First a quick stop at an ATM for some cash, but my card wouldn't work. Thank goodness Diane's did. A short stop at a roadside restaurant for a milk tea for Diane and a sweet Lassi for me. Yum! We got to Fatehpur Sikri and got a rather ********** tour by some young guide with attitude. The touts were almost unbearable....apparently NO is not in their vocabulary, no matter how many times you said it to the same person. Eventually I had to yell no and stick my hand flat in his ...
... backpack which had been missed by all the screening.
Vanessa enjoyed chilling out on a wall to watch the sunset, while Elaine continued to snap photos, watch the goat herds returning to home along the river. Kites (the avion variety) soared over the dome of the Taj. A variety of ducks, herons and a bright blue kingfisher, ravens and parrots circled the waterway and the garden.
The tuk tuk ride back was ...
... were ever going to clear that mess up when the time came. OH well, welcome to India... We finally got to our destination late that night, absolutely in awe of the guys concentration and road skills - faultless!!! The next day and a half was spent tiger hunting (hunting with camera anyway). And Go Team Tiger - we got one! Big bugger! Huge, graceful, colourful and proud. I recalled the old saying from South Africa: whatever happens, don't run - only food ...
... opportunity. Sunil then leads us into the maze of old Delhi, built by the same bloke who built the Taj to house the workers who built the Red Fort for him, we are told to keep an eye on wallets and phones as there are lots of pickpockets in this area. But it's fine, we stop for a chai in one of these narrow lanes with electricity lines hanging low, it's little off putting when a rat runs from the gutter under my feet to the other side of the lane - I decide ...
... suddenly found ourselves with a table...we did thank the 2 girls!
We also popped in to a shop selling marble inlay work. P wasn't there when we first walked in. The salespeople were polite and helpful, and when we wandered to the back of the shop which wasn't very bright, they turned on a few lights. Then as it became apparent that we weren't there to buy, some lights went off. A few minutes later, P walked in...and ALL the lights came on, accompanied by further bowing ...