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Instead of visiting Taj at sunrise we had a lie in and went to far side of Taj to see sunrise from opposite bank where site of black Taj was planned for.Said goodbye to Jetin and drove to Fatipur Sikri, abandoned palace of Akhbar (grandfather of Shah Jahan) ...
... offer. The preferred beast of burden here is the CAMEL and there are plenty of them. Funnily enough there does not appear to be a lot of Camel poo in the streets as with other animals that we have been noticing.
Again the cows are everywhere walking wherever they like and being a general nuisance to the traffic. They are tolerated by all concerned and I notice that they are never tooted by the cars or TucTucs. These are ...
... harm! We bumped along towards the area where the tiger had been spotted. As usual and thanks to our expert guide we got there at just the right time. The tiger came away from the other cars and straight towards us, where she crossed the road.
I felt that beautiful feeling of awe and amazement once again. The tiger was thought to be T19 Krishna. They didn't bother to check whether it was one of the cubs because Krishna's ...
... We had a rest from the safari back at the hotel and then we were back at it again. We had almost got used to the bouncing in the jeep and I wasn't feeling uncomfortable any more, only pure excitement.
Only this next safari wasn't as successful. We had heard that Arrowhead was sleeping somewhere, and Pacman and Lightning (the other sister) were sleeping too. We decided to call it a day and go back to the hotel.
I was feeling disappointed even though we had already seen ...
... buses full of noisy tourists appeared and their noise woke the tiger. She rose from her grassy bed, it was Arrowhead the dominant female cub. We watched her until we had to leave at 6pm as the national park closed to visitors then.
On the way back we were lucky enough to see a mother sloth bear and her two cubs rush across the twilight ( we did not get chance to get a picture of the bears).
We were ery tired and happy after a vvery successful safari!