6 Days in India and Maybe Taj Majal

6 Days in India

I have 6 more days left in India, I came to visit Andrew one of my computer techies that works on my HoboTraveler.com site. I thought it would be fun to go see the Taj Majal, enjoy some time together.

I am starving, I just went on a 20-minute walk searching for anything but cookies to eat that looks clean. I found one bakery and just before the man put his dirty hands in to grab and weigh these crust type foods, he put his hands through his greasy hair. I paid, tried to ignore, ate one and threw them on the ground.

Found this German Bakery in the Ajay Guesthouse or Hotel and went to purchase a Baguette. Looked at the dirt under the boy’s fingernails and got weak, I went home.

I walked last night, now to day searching for a grocery store that has more foods than something I do not know or want and cookies. I may take a taxi today to anywhere but here, there has to be clean somewhere.

I do not know, outside this hold called Pahar Ganj, the streets look nice. I am not sure; I think maybe I should try harder to help Andrew leave the country.

A rat just ran across the internet cafe, maybe an mouse.

6 Days in India


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I ended my time in India by getting on a train at Agra and travelling to the india-nepal land border (Gorakpur station, then to Sunali). Me and Joel, my travel buddy, we both were VERY glad we did not have to stay a night in Agra. I would much rather sleep on a clean air conditioned train with my luggage locked up safe. Agra is a too-old too-dirty city. Put the Taj Mahal somewhere clean, and it would be better fun.

We ate in a resteraunt in Agra that our driver knew. We eventually got him to stop tricking us into going places he is meant to take us to. We figured out he gets a book stamped at wevery shop and resteraunt on his list, and gets told off by his boss if he doesn't get it.

So we said 'okay, take us to these places, we will go and look, when you have the stamp, we will leave and go somewhere cheaper'. worked a charm. Suddenly our meals cost about a quater of the price.

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