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Taj Mahal from a rooftop hostel restaurant at sunset and inside at sunrise...A-MA-ZING!! Spent 3 hours in there!
First sighting of the Taj from Agra Fort which is impressive from the outside and surprisingly beautiful on the inside.
Dugha Festival time so lots of street parades with powder paint..got covered in red and purple!
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... has a beautiful combination of Hindu and Islamic architecture such as the lotus, birds, geometric patterns and the crescent moon.
The entire palace was made out of stone and semiprecious stone. The craftsmanship was incredible and still looks very beautiful despite the many years of decay.
We could see the home that was built for Raj Raveen Mahal. She was a poetess and a musician and was the mistress ...
... my American roommate was sick with Delhi belly and was going back to the hotel (second one in a row. I must be an unlucky charm). After a chocolate frappe thing, and being harassed by the sellers on the way back to the bus, we went back to the hotel for breakfast and time out. I quickly went to the room to grab my ipad and phone and sat in the lobby, leaving my roommate to rest, and getting some wifi, since there was nothing to do in town. We had organised a ...
Early morning wake up, (3.30), then to the train station, where we caught the fast train to Agra. Which took you through the slums of Agra. Men doing their ablutions at the side of the tracks. Their 'homes' so close to the tracks, a real eye opener. Most of the shacks had a satellite dish on top of them, they seem to be living on rubbish dumps. Our guide then told us that India, was the second country in the ...
... to us and shook our hands and said that they were really pleased we were wearing the sarees and embracing the culture, which was great. However people also wanted their pictures taken with us and this got a bit extreme- we had a flipping queue at one point! Because we wandered about with Chris and Gill (a couple in their 60s), people assumed we were a family so we had many a family picture taken that day! Little children came up to us, said welcome ...