Hotel Yamuna View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Yak butter stuff! It will take us about 5.5 hours to get to India. We have clearance to land at a military airport so going through the airport today will be a snap, thank heaven. Return flight through Chengdu today was exhausting. Not unhappy to leave Tibet. Good to see once in a lifetime, but I think that's enough for me. Sadly for the people who live there, I fear tourism restrictions by the Chinese military may make travel to that area more challenging in the future. We ...
... make sure I get the real deal. It did get me into the trouble as i asked for the chilli with my food and then had to eat it under the stares of probably 10 people. I could hardly breath for 5 minutes after pretty much swallowing a small green chilli... But that's the fun of it :-))) In the afternoon we visited Agra Fort come palace. We could really get the idea and the feel about how the Maharajas were living as well as just admiring the stunning architecture. Also we visited ...
... on the walls but was in an unrestored state.
Lastly on to the Mehtab Barg, some gardens across the polluted river from the Taj. The day was so foggy that the Taj was barely visible on the other side of the river and the fog didn't lift all ...
... a local carpet factory/ distributor that Intrepid do a lot of work with. The reason they do is that a lot of business was shut down to reduce pollution and a lot of people ended up out of work, so Intrepid with this company put looms into people houses and teach them how to make these traditional rugs and carpets. They are quite beautiful and hand made by local people and finished and trimmed in the factory by specialist rug cutters and washers. Anyway I decide to invest in one that ...
... out things we didn't know (like the Quranic verses on the main entranceway which were actually carved in larger font at the top - so that it all looked the same size when viewed from below), and masterfully told us all the stories - he was an interactive type of guide who asked us questions ("Why were the minarets not damaged by lightning when the dome was?" "Er....?" Correct answer - the minarets had semi-precious stones inlaid - these were thought to be protective. The dome ...