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... by the fog. Once the bus was confirmed, I went to grab more money to pay for it and some snacks as Bishol said the bus would be there by four at the latest. Again nope but we got false hope when blankets arrived for the ride. When the bus finally arrived it was confirmed it would cost us each about $60 which supposedly intrepid is going to give us letters about so we can claim but I don't think my travel insurance will cover it. Oh well! I think I was ...
... no avail, we had to go around like everyone else, then being stopped at a train crossing for an agonisingly slow freight train, jumping out the taxi, backpacks on, running across the station then up and down to the train platform, our train pulled in to the station as we arrived. We made it! A very large G&T would have been perfect right now. Sadly, water was all we had :( I really didn't think we would make it, but luck was on our side today and we settled in for our long journey to ...
... adventures he explained to us earlier or the constant recital "I am a free man". He was suppose to take us on a tour tomorrow to Akbars but instead his brother turned up as he was sick but me and Kirsty suspect he is embarrassed that either he is lying about his tourist adventures or he is a very naughty boy.
The next day
We did not go to the Taj today either despite the music bring a bit quieter but non the less all night and loud in the ...
... the day, but also there are far less people visiting so early and we heard that the colours of sunrise are more spectacular than at sunset. This is another amazing feature of the Taj - its colour changes ever so slightly every minute of the day as the white marble reflects the sunlight. Its colour will also be different depending on the seasons and the weather, meaning there is never ...
... fort that he sat for years watching the sun rise and set over the monument that held the grave of his wife. We all sat down and took in its impressive structure once again. I am not one to love museums or heritage buildings, but this is truly something else. It is even more beautiful in person and even from a distance than any picture could ever depict. I hope some of mine will give you a small piece of the sentiment I felt when walking around it in complete and utter awe.