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... for 500r more money! Scared and lost, I ran to the nearest tuk tuk and asked to be taken to the bus station that has buses to Agra. I would have paid that tuk tuk driver 10000r if he had asked at that point, but he only asked for 50 and I hopped right in. Turns out where I wanted to go was right around the corner. Rattled and scared, I sat in the hot Delhi heat and waited for the bus in two hours. I had to keep repeating to myself over and over that I was safe and no one was ...
... were dropped outside an “official government ticket office” and went in while our driver happily waited outside.
The friendly gentleman behind the desk informed us that there were no trains to Agra until Friday, three whole days away. Upon enquiry into busses, he dialed a number and was informed by the “bus station” that those tickets were already sold out for the next few days as well. “You’re giving me problems,” Kerri firmly told ...
... majority of the time on the toilet waiting for the flight. There was a toilet attendant and it got pretty embarrassing to keep going in every few minutes. Our flight was eventually called, and we joined a seemingly ordered Q. However, when the individuals started going through the gate, the Indian shoving, pushing and standing on began again. These people need to learn manners! We got on a bus in the torrential rain to the airplane, and had to dodge across to try and avoid getting ...
The morning was taken up by the trip to the famous fort in agra, which was well looked after and an amazing spectacle to compliment the taj mahal. I then had a 6 hour trip to ranthambhore but far from being a boring journey was one of the craziest and most enjoyable ones I have taken on the road. Things I saw included a pilgrimage to a holy temple by thousands of people (it looked like a travelling Glastonbury) with bangra music and food every few hundred ...
... When he passed away, the son born of the prophecy built this mosque as a tomb to show his thanks. To this day Muslims and Hindus still believe that the holy man has the capacity to grant wishes and when they visit the tomb they will tie a red string around the marble screens in the mosque asking the holy man to grant their particular wish. While inside the tomb we had the chance to make a wish as well and of course we tied our string and gave the customary small ...