Udupi Inn Hotel
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... was lovely. We rode through the countryside and it was serene, quiet and relaxing- a much needed break from the cities. At a farmhouse, a schoolgirl painted Tara's hand with henna (mehndi). It symbolizes good luck, health and positive "vibes". We also visited the local village bazaar and while we were a spectacle on the camel, it was clearly entertaining for all. We think there were more photos taken OF us, than BY us. Tues - We visited Galtaji Temple, also known ...
... br> store grain but other ones are used to store dung that is then sold
for use as bricks for fires in the colder months.
There were lots of water buffalo and
cows and occasional sheep and goats and some of these were right near
the side of the road.
Since 2010 there has been a new toll
road from Delhi to Agra which has cut travel time form about 6 hours
to about 3 hours and is great. There are only cars, trucks and a few
bikes allowed so travel ...
... hot and uncomfortable, but it got us back to Delhi. No one came round to check the tickets either, so even though we lost the small amount the original ticket cost, we got this ride for free.
And that was my day trip to Agra. A very long, hot and exhausting day out, but The Taj Mahal was magnificent and well worth the trip here. The incident with the missed train is yet another memory and experience i'll smile and laugh at for years to come. My next location is Calcutta.
New Year's Eve and KFC. There is always a danger with highly anticipated events that they will not live up to our expectations, (or that they will give Clare Robertson a migraine.) The Taj Mahal was no such disappointment. It is genuinely magnificent. We arrived in Agra in the early afternoon, having stopped at another red sandstone Fort/palace/ temple on the way (naturally) and approached the West gate of the Taj via a winding dirt road. I know that a picture is worth a thousand ...
... final resting
place for his beloved wife, Mumtāz Mahal.Built by the Persian architect, Ustād 'Īsā, the Tāj
Mahal is on the south bank of the Yamuna River.The Tāj Mahal ...