The Maple Leaf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... so many people taking a dump, sleeping or showering on a railway line as I have done today - it was fascinating to watch as we rolled out of the city. The countryside was beautiful - lush green fields and some really beautiful monuments and villages.
We arrived in Agra after 2 hours on the train and checked into our hotel (not as nice as the last one, but it has a swimming pool at least). We then went straight off to have a guided tour ...
... Mahal (see previous blog). At the hotel I had a red spot dabbed on my forehead in greeting by reception staff. Later, just outside my window, was a small furry animal. A real live mongoose! My very own Riki Tiki Tavi! She was as stunned to see me eyeing her out as I was to see her. Her solution was to scurry across the grass and straight down a grated sewerage drain, slipping between the narrow bars like a practiced and professional limbo dancer!I am lucky indeed.
... activity and the first for homes. Today the office rents in the CP would make Bill Gates cringe.Winter evenings are a delight around the CP. Cheap clothing, shoes, apparel, trinkets, Pirated CD's/DVD's, Pirated Books, and best of all - Food. Arrive at the CP an hour before sundown and explore.If you hate shopping, then ....Pillar-Pillar-Pillar-Arch-Road-Arch -Pillar-Pillar... thats CP for ...
... great, but hang on, there is traffic coming towards us on our side of the road and Ox and cart, and rickshaws, and tuck tucks, and cows. He with the loudest or biggest horn wins. 8 hours later, stressed and tired we arrived in Gurgaon, just outside Delhi and our Accomodation for the next 6 nights. Wow and wow again, the guesthouse had been arranged by Colonel Dhull, a friend of my daughter, Rachael. Lovely room, spacious and comfortable and it had a BATH, WHOOPIE do, what a ...
... along with us, we are welcomed by a lovely Indian girl with a cool towel and a smudge for our foreheads, when I asked what the smudge represented, she said "good luck"!, hmm, we could have done with the smudge earlier in the day. Perhaps I could trade my smudge for a drink? We checked in and met with our real guide, Ali who proceeded to take great care of us and impressed us with his knowledge of the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. We toured the Red Fort for the remainder of the day ...