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;
... The reasons are not clear, some say it was bad water but the guidebook suggests it was just that other priorities took Akbar away and his three sons who ended up battling each other and their father diverted so much attention he never moved back. The tour was somewhat marred by continuous pestering by hawkers trying to sell us trinkets, bangles, necklaces, postcards and the like, to the extent that it became somewhat bothersome, so when Bablu tried to persuade ...
... He was persistent, he was polite (always a 'please madam'), he was charming (Me: "I don't want postcards" He: "If you buy, madam, I'll be happy."), he was neatly dressed in clean clothes and nicely combed hair, he was multilingual (he spoke German, Italian, Spanish - all with spot-on accents and intonation) - his name was Kaamram, and he was 8 years old. He went to school in the morning and came to sell postcards after school. His parents were 'back side'.
We were rushing ...
... rage. Drivers cut in and out and commit acts which in some US states would cause a driver to invoke his Second Amendment rights. Here drivers appear to be calm and get on with it. For Ottawa Senators fans I might compare big city traffic here to exiting the parking lot after a game, but with everyone moving at 30 kph or so. We arrived at our lodgings in Agra, the Bansi Homestay a bit after 12 , had lunch and at 3 set out with our guide to see the sights. But that's for another ...
... br> It's a random collection of fancy buildings, this place. Apparently the dude who built it, Akbar, had three wives. One was Hindu and he built her a lovely palace complete with niches in the wall for statues of her deities and pillars engraved with bells. He had a Christian wife and a Muslim wife and they too had **** built for them. So here I am thinking, ok, he ...