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... us about their shops, and all I could see was Prince... ;) The South Entrance gate is enormous and completely blocks the your view of the Taj. You know it is there, and the anticipation starts mounting when you see bits of white starting to peak through the dark arches as you get closer and closer. We stopped to take a couple of pictures and we all remarked about the adrenaline, that was pumping through our veins. It was an excitement, and almost nervousness that I ...
... Shah Jahan. The fort is built of huge red sandstone blocks. It is really more of a walled city filled with courtyards and rooms. The remodel by Shah Jahan is all in white marble. It was home to the emperor, his harem of about a thousand, and army. We visit only 22%. The rest has housed the army from the Mughals, through the British and now the Indian Army. I enjoyed it tremendously as I had just finished reading a series ...
... Balaram's instructions to not look up till we were through the main archway. It was hazy though, which seemed to add a mystical charm to the whole scene. I'd read, and Balaram had told us, about how the government is trying to protect the Taj from getting discoloured by all the pollution There was no Taj by Sunrise though - the sun had well and truly risen by the time we'd cleared security and gotten in.
Unfortunately, it was Saturday - the Taj is closed on Fridays, and ...
... breakfast and rather than saying thank you, he asks for more!... Flabbergasted!
Wasn't too sure what to expect from Agra, but was thinking tourist and rickshaw driver overload, but actually wasn't to bad. We saw the Agra Fort on the first day, which was really impressive, with the audio tour adding a nice bit of history and context, and then had dinner at a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Taj Mahal. ...
... we again went in search for little Brenton's grave (who we know had died just short of his 5th Birthday). In the scorching heat we were again about to admit defeat when Paulie suddenly shouted out Brenton's name meaning only one thing...HE HAD FOUND IT!!! What luck was on our side!
We got straight to work unearthing the long grass and mud which actually proved a blessing as the grave was ...