Hotel Sarang Palace
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... enlarging his feet. The sky was cloudy and there was some refreshing wind, all an omen. The litter situation was better here [in places].
Agra is in Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India. Its capital is Lucknow, the home of our fearless leader. Agra was at several times the capital of the Moghul empire, a dynasty founded by Babur, his son Humayun and his grandson Akbar. Jehingir Shah, forever tied to Agra due to the Taj Mahal, was fifth in line.
... all this work she was thirsty, so I walked her over to the tap. I filled her trunk with water and she stuck it in her mouth to drink. A wonderful few hours being so close to such a beautiful, gentle creature.
Next couple of days were spent exploring the old town, making the obligatory tourist visits to the City Palace and Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) then following my nose through busy markets and down alleyways, past hole in the wall ...
... green water. Someone must have paid him or offered to because he did. At the end of this tour Olivia and I used the bathroom. This was my first squatting toilet experience. It was more than just a hole in the ground it was white like a regular toilet but in the ground. I honestly can't imagine doing anything more than peeing in there. Way too complicated. And the smell of the restrooms were awful. We left here and it was the end of our Agra tour and that meant the end with one of our ...
... overtake, undertake any which way they could, Mr Inder did a sterling job but there were times when going to sleep or at least meditating was the best option.!! Sharing the road as we arrived in Jaipur were camels and elephants as well as the many cows who take to crossing the highway at short notice. We arrived in Jaipur at 3pm and were dropped off at the hotel and after quick wash and freshen up we walked the 1/2 ...
... us as soon as we entered the park. Wind and sand dervishes swirled around us. Umbrellas became nearly useless, flying inside out the instant they were opened. I ended up with an elephant all to myself again. I didn't even bother with the umbrella. Instead, I sat with a blue tarp wrapped around me. At the end of the day we were all completely exhausted. A running trend in this hard and frenzied environment, but a feeling I wouldn't trade in for ...