Stiti ca pana acum nu am prea fost critica dar Agra mi s-a parut cel mai murdar si mai haotic loc din ce am vazut in Rajahstan.
La periferie, aceleasi structuri cu un nivel, care adapostesc mici magazine, iar pe jos, mizerie. In aer, incalceala de fire (nu ca la noi n-ar fi…) care uneori obtureaza linia dreapta spre un obiectiv de fotografiat. Undeva, e un fel de targ sau poate un festival, la care unii vin cu masinile dar majoritatea aleg motocicleta. Sute de motociclete langa gunoiul imprastiat pe pamant.
I have not been too critical till now but Agra seemed to me the most chaotic and dirtiest place where I have been during this journey.
At the outskirts of the town, the same one level structures with tiny shops, selling everything. The street is dirty and the houses look abandoned.
Here and there, a poster reminds about education or presents the congratulations of some politicians to the people who voted them.
As we approach the center, there are more and more vehicles, mostly motorbikes and tuk-tuks, supervised by…monkeys! They moved so slowly, so I took some pics but not very good ones. Sorry. But, at least, you can imagine what I am talking about.
There are also some newer buildings, demonstrating the progress in town but it is no reason enough I will ever move here…
I was so dissapointed by the way Agra looks like (even if I was prevented), that we stayed at the hotel. It was already late and we were after a long and tiresome day. I was so tired that I left the good hotel (Crystal Inn) we stayed there, without photos, excepting a very “eco” advice, found in the bathroom.