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... cars, bikes, etc coming from the opposite direction try to get through. Took us about 45 minutes to go 1 km. But once we got past the crossroad, it was clear sailing again, comparatively speaking.
Tomorrow, we are going to the Taj Mahal, where our bags will be checked and any food, candies, electronic devices, other than cameras and iPads, will be confiscated. Let's hope we have some great lighting!
... photos, but I strayed from the group to just enjoy the moment. Sometimes you have to put the camera down and just breathe. Am I seriously at the opposite end of the world witnessing the sunrise at the Taj Mahal? Yes. Yes I am. The only thing missing is someone to share it with, but that's an entirely different blog. I did not know that it is actually a mausoleum. Photos are not allowed inside, but there were 2 tombs. The architecture and detailed marble work were also surprising ...
If there is one thing that India will teach me more than anything else it will be the men's commitment to the women that they love. Throughout all the palaces and forts that I have seen up to this point every emperor or king has dedicated their love to the wife they loved the most with a gesture of their love in a way that has withstood centuries. I know that love today won't have that same grandness, but the idea that there are still men today that are willing to do ...
... use your camera to take photos of you, never locals." The Taj can't be seen from the front gate and you face a kilometre walk while being berated by touts. Camel taxis, photographers, tour guides & Taj Mahal snow globes were on offer. The ticket counter had a queue as long as when grand final tickets go on sale. Then we noticed a separate line for foreigners which was empty. A common occurrence throughout Indian tourist destination ticket counters has been that Indians ...
... they live near a military base and the flight path for it. He is unlikely to make it. There are no visible books, few toys and Ali says he doesn't concentrate at school. He gels his hair into a Mohican whilst we are there. Ali also had a baby girl that died but doesn't say much about this. He says he will not have any more children because he can"t afford them. He lives with his parents, sisters, brother and his family. There home is very basic by western standards. We sit on ...