After one of our walks around Agra, India, we had a pleasant surprise when we returned to our room. We opened our curtains and saw visitors on our window ledge.
These two monkeys were grooming each other. No surprise, the window has smudges on the outside.
One, the smaller monkey, left, while the larger stood up to look at us.
Now sitting, is he asking to come in and visit with us? Or does he know we have a Kit Kat candy bar in here? Today our bus leaves Agra, heading for Jaipur, with a stop between. As we go through Agra, we take some photos from the bus. There is really no story here, just wanted you to see the variety of Agra.
So many types of transportation.
Scenes from the streets of everyday life in Agra.
Riding is faster and easier than walking, so three on a motorcycle is logical.
Tractors are not just for the fields and farms. When we entered Agra, from Delhi, we did see a few cows on the street, but not here. Not today. When mom was here in 2004, she said there were many more cows in the cities.
Much material for construction.
Horse can pull the cart.
Also large trucks available. Leaving Agra, there are many open fields.
Jesse, our guide, says wheat and mustard are main crops, but this is not the growing season. Local market for local people.
Not a tourist market.
We found these photos interesting and very different than street scenes in our city of Denver, Colorado. We hope you saw something new here, also.