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... so we took them as our special guest. They work so hard during the camps that it was fun to do something for them. As Ramith said "don't ask me any more questions, now I am a tourist!"
And the Taj was magnificent.
We arrived at the entrance gate around 9am and it was already very busy. You have to walk about a quarter of a mile through a gauntlet of vendors, beggars, camel jockeys, monkeys, motorcycles and taxis before you get to ...
... of time for sightseeing. We were able to see what the locals call the baby Taj, which was in fact built before the Taj Mahal, and you can clearly see where the inspiration from the Taj Mahal came from! It was a wonderful, magical, relaxing, warm, lovely day, finished off on a roof top terrace overlooking the Taj at sunset, with Vijay, a couple of beers and our last North Indian ...
... train. The Indian couple were late 40s and said they take turns sleeping to watch their luggage and they also chain their luggage to bolts under the seats as most people do to stop it being stolen! The lady was a nurse and very nice and the husband was mad on Australia and knew all the cities and last prime ministers. He thought I looked like Julia Giilard - must be a case of all white ...
... name for Congress - the Indian Government. There was the usual driven about TV stars, but this is more interesting these are Bollywood stars , exotically beautiful women and handsome blokes with 6 packs and wobbling heads. There were 2 stories of unidentified bodies found on the streets with full descriptions ( with photo's of the bodies), a bit gruesome. The sport was about cricket, and a bit more on cricket and some on the Indian Soccer League, and most ...
... Mahal's remains were transferred to a private area below ground level, while her tomb lies absolutely dead centre in this monument - a monument to love...and symmetry.
Soon after construction was completed, Shah Jahan was overthrown by his son, Aurangzeb, and imprisoned across the Yamuna River at the Agra Fort...when he eventually died after being under fort arrest for 8 years, Aurangzeb unsentimentally, and with total disregard to symmetry, had his tomb placed next to ...