Time. Needless to say. Time flew by. By, and bye-bye, without us realising, and after almost 2 1/1 hours of road tripping, to us our comfort break at one of the road side shops. For pissing men and pissing women obviously, as well as, the comfort to a cuppa of coffee and tea.
Anyway, after our comfort break, the road hitting us or vice-versa, and by 2.00pm, we landing in Agra. Lunch of course had to the rush and lunch in Agra? Vegetarianism again. God! The holy-moly Malaysian Hindu Indians and their mentality? India must be about vegetarianism. Vomit blood! But you know what? Aha! I was saved. Food luck promisingly on my side in Annaporna Agra.
Taj Mahal. The stunning beauty. The jewel of Muslim art. One of the 7 wonders of the world listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and Taj Mahal, India's, one of the best, amongst the rest, awesomeness of the world. Our estimated 4 hours in Taj Mahal? Waiting in line for ticket purchasing amongst the thrones of, all walks of life people, next, auto ride for reaching to a distance we can walk towards Taj Mahal, prior to queuing for security check and then, walk the walk. Quite a walk pretty much, whilst also, stopping at the other structures along the way, simultaneously listening to our guide and finally.
The end. The end to our Agra sightseeing. In fact, Taj Mahal was the one and only sightseeing of ours in Agra. Next? To the hotel and on our travelling list tomorrow? Delhi. Back to Delhi where we arrived on the first day for this North India tour (Varanasi Part 1).