No trip to India would be complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal, the monument to love.
So, leaving Delhi behind, we drive by coach to Agra. We see a different side of India — agriculture. Water buffalo wade in rice paddies. Shepherds herd sheep through villages. Manure cakes, a source of fuel, are dried in conical shaped huts. READ
I am spending the night in Pierre’s room. Although I am travelling alone in the big city, it’s not as bad as it sounds. My husband doesn’t even mind. READ
This is Part 1 of a two-part feature. When asked what they plan to do, many prospective retirees list travel as one of their ambitions. It is becoming increasingly popular for new retirees to celebrate their freedom from work obligations by enjoying a big trip to someplace they have always dreamed of visiting and this past summer, when retirement was looming for Leith Damiani, she and her husband Jim started looking for an adventure. READ