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... outside) lean three degrees away from the mausoleum so that is they were to fall, they would not fall on the main building. Also, the equivalent modern cost of building the Taj Mahal is £30/40 billion pounds! Unimaginable money. We returned to the hotel and got a lovely bite to eat at a restaurant nearby. Ben did very well to have his first meal of the day and is looking much better now. Lots of love, Loveyoubye ...
... why it happened other than it was just all a part of the plan set out for me. Number one lesson learned... Stick with the plan and don't trust strangers! I arrive in Agra, the city of love, at 8am and meet my new friend Rakesh (the cousin of my other new friend Rakesh who happens to share the same name!) We head to the hotel which he manages so I can shower, get changed and have some breakfast. As he has to work, his friend Mohammed Ali - no joke! - had volunteered ...
... still ill after Varanasi, so I had a bbq mixed grill on my own and she had soup and a sprite.
The following day we had yet another very early start, so that we could see the Taj Mahal at sunrise.
In short, it was breathtaking and probably one of the most memorable things we've ever done together. We were there for 3/4 hours which is mad given that its just one hollow building/tomb, ...
... t think it will ever wear off.
We only booked such expensive tickets, however, as the cheap ones had sold out for that particular train. So today, we spent the five hours from Agra to Jaipur in Sleeper class. No air conditioning and three-tier bunks that are folded down into a hard bench during the day. You get a fair bit of room but it's pretty numbing on your backside after a while. At the moment, northern India is actually very cold so we were wrapped up in ...
... ironic and a bit late. Maurice boarded the train to wish us fair well, and have exhausted him quite a bit the last few days!
We enjoyed first class ac, breakfast was included and the people opposite us thought we were south Africa! The bananas on board were amazing :) after a 2.30 hour rain journey we arrived in Agra!!!!!
Finding a rickshaw and not so difficult and we found a prepaid "office" outside. After Our driver ...