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... a night. We walked back to our hotel where we showered and got ready for bed. It was going to be an early day for us tomorrow considering our driver was picking us up at 7:30 AM to take us to city of Agra to see the Taj Mahal.
I was about to see my second wonder of the world in the same week. Amazing!
P.S. I want to apologize for the lack of pictures in advance! I was told to be very cautious with my phone while walking around in India. Hence, the lack of photos ...
... bath for me or provided rose water and sandlewood scrub beauty treatments! We are travelling with a group of 13 friends,15 in total including Peter and me, capably lead by our commodore and my husband, Peter. Everyone seems to be enjoying the colour and chaos of India. Our program has included a day trip of Delhi, with a visit to the Jama Masid, a wide ride through Chandri Chowk on a rickshaw, a visit to the ...
... man to book up a trek. He looked like a cross between Keith Richards and the white walkers from game of thrones, with crazy blue eyes and skin made of leather. On the way home I finally caved and bought my first beads to celebrate a month of travelling. I also enlisted the eyes of my friends to help me buy some new clothes that weren't hiddious colours. For sunset I witnessed the evening Puja ceremony on the ghats of the sacred lake with all the chanting, fire and offerings you could ...
... photos (to follow).
RED FORT- promised so much but delivered so little.
JAMA MASJID- largest mosque in Delhi and free entry- well was one of them things.
INDIA GATE- calm away from the madness of Delhi.
PRESIDDENTIAL and PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS- only saw from a distance due to upcoming elections in India.
We have been taken into 2 tourist trap shops by our driver. Both were near empty bar a few westerner's. In ...
... house. Due to bad traffic, we ended up having the 1 hour break at the hotel. However, when we left for the Ajay's house we were refreshed.
We met Ajay's welcoming family and ate very good and spicy food. We enjoyed chatting with Ajay's family and we learned lot of new things about India's cultures. As we left the house, we were well-fed.
Stay tuned for tomorrow, seeing as we will be in Varanasi!