The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... Indian style by a deluge of hawkers
and salesmen all out for a quick rupee. It was interesting to see our first Taj
Mahal postcard books as we were not too far from Agra. These blokes do not miss
a trick. We were also regaled by the usual offer of a guide. For once we
relented which proved to be a good decision as he was extremely knowledgeable
and a very friendly chap.
There are a few choices when it comes touring the park;
... actually a student doing this in his spare time. He must come from a wealthy family as he has a smart car and is now on his third degree and plans to continue studying forever as far as we could make out - so that he doesn't have to go into the family business!! Agra is a much older city than Fatepur dating back into Rajput and earlier eras but like most of the sights we have seen the fort dates from the Mughal period in the 1500s. The city was captured by ...
... a detour and one that we were so glad we included in our itinerary! In the village of Abaneri is one of the oldest and largest stepwells of India. It is another one of those hidden gems! Called the 'Chand Baori' this stepwell has 3500 steps cut into its side in an amazing geometric design. It descends 19.5 meters (62 feet) to the water level. This stupendous well was built in the 8th century by King Chanda, thus the name Chand Boari ...
... it we thought the bazaar would be worth a look back in town. Given that it's run up to Diwali, you can buy sweets everywhere. We headed back to the market for a chai and these little yellow balls of pure diabetes, the names of which I forget but it could be ladoo. Diwali basically contains two of my favourite things; Sweets and fireworks. Now if the sweets were served ...
After a good nights sleep Kathleen has got over her culture shock and confirms that, apart from the very steep stairs up to our room, likes the hotel. We have a nice breakfast served to us. The staff are eager to please, as they were at dinner the night before. It is sometimes a bit disconcerting when they stand watching as you eat. You do feel a bit like saying go away and let us eat in peace but that would be very unkind. They are not intending to ...