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We finally arrived in Agra and checked in at the Trident Hotel. It is a beautiful, modern hotel and we made ourselves at home. ...
... back to the guest house to relax for a few hours, have some lunch and wait for our rickshaw to the bus station at 3.15pm. On reflection, given that we had experienced many delays on the trains, seen the traffic that could occur on the roads, we should have just a taken the easy and more expensive option of the taxi. What did happen however, was that we waited for 30 minutes for the bus, a family already waited 15 minutes, to be told that the bus would arrive in 30 minutes, but ...
... me around. My gut said he was alright so we set off on his scooter. Thus far I had only traveled in enclosed vehicles, and even though I was now in Agra, I knew that traveling by scooter would be a risk. Weaving in and out of traffic. Horns honking at every twist and turn... Was it the wisest choice to go venturing off with him? No, maybe not.. But, hey! I'm alive to tell the story! (Sorry mom... Love you!!!) So, first stop, Agra fort. I can't say that it was ...
... stones like in the taj ITC had a nice pool and spa, but couldn't partake of the spa (they claim it is Asia's largest spa) Kids were very impressed with the Taj Mahal Next morning, me and Saavan went to the 'other' fort, fatiprasi.....which was the castle of Akbar The great who married a Muslim wife, a Hindu wife, and a Christian wife to rule ...
... 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 ...