Since I wrote last, we went to Gwalior (saw the hilltop fort there) and to Agra, where we saw Agra Fort and The [cue dramatic music] Taj Mahal! It was beautiful, of course.
More later, as someone needs to use this computer after me.
I'm back in Delhi, but very early tomorrow, we fly out to Leh. I will be there for about 6 days, but should be able to get a connection at an Internet cafe.
Hugs to you all and make yourselves at home. ;)
The Taj Mahal! Woohoo! Thinking of you often.
Agra Fort! That was cool. Many monkeys around when you were there?
Did you see the beehives I told you about at the Taj?
We're keeping the place pretty clean.
Sounds like you're having a great time. It'll be fun to see all the pics you've taken of all the awesome places you're visiting with the new camera when you get back.
Sounds like you're having a wonderful time, walking the the footsteps of greatness! ... so much to see, so little time. =P
Glad to see your update too, had to check here after reading of some :"troubles" in Jaipur. Keep 'em coming.
Glad you're enjoying yourself!
Don't think of us at all!
And don't look under the couch!
Thanks for the update! I can only imagine all the wonderful experiences you are having! If you find a stain on your carpet . . . ask Janice, I don't know nuf'in!
I meant Janiece . . . :( shuffles foot on floor
I forgot to look for the beehives, bel (can't imagine why, except that there was a beautiful white building to look at). But we DID see beehives at Hilltop Fort in Gwalior. I took pictures for my dad, since he used to keep bees.
And yes, there were many monkeys at Agra Fort. That was my first time seeing a monkey in the wild. It was a peculiar feeling.
I can tell you all about my experiences with monkeys when you get back. Let's just say...I'm not a fan.
Our neighborhood sweet shoppe had free scoop night last night and I thought of you as I was eating my mango ice cream!
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