The Oasis Hotel
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... heading home for the day by 10 am. Elephants are restricted to 4 rides per day to make sure they are not overworked. After that, tourists have to take the jeep. Mon - The company who helped arrange our tour of India suggested a camel ride for today. We were a little skeptical about the authenticity of camel riding, but decided to try it. Later we saw camels transporting cargo, but none of those have the fancy decorations our camel did! The view and breeze from on top of ...
... same forest of wires as we have seen in Thailand and Vietnam. Within
30 minutes we were out into the more rural parts of India. There are a
large amount of tall apartment blocks being built in some areas and
often there are signs of habitation in buildings that are not yet
The countryside between Delhi and Agra
consisted of many fields of corn, rice and potatoes. There were many
thatched buildings. The small dome shaped ones apparently are ...
... the next train to Delhi is. Failing that, we'll take a bus. If it comes to it, we'll just have to go halves in a taxi. It's one of those moments that you know will work out and you'll laugh about later, but it's still slightly concerning at the time, namely due to not wanting to miss our flights. The lady at the ticket counter said quick, a train is leaving from platform 5 in 1 minute. So we charged our way there and got on just in the nick of time. The train was ...
... we lounged in the luxury of The Met, enjoyed a fantastic meal, and had one last sleep in their large, comfortable beds.
The following morning, we packed our things and headed to the airport. This marked the start of the final portion of our field school: South India. By early afternoon, our little fellowship sat on a plane to the state of Kerala, with a whole new set of adventures awaiting us…
But those shall have to wait for the next post, I think. Until next time, everybody! ...
Completed in 1653. it took 22 years (1630–1652) of labour and 20,000 workers, masons and
jewellers to build this Tāj Mahal was built by the Mughal king Shah Jahan ...