Another early wake-up call (actually there were always two). The train to Jhansi was supposed to depart from the train station at 8:17 am. Well, it didn't happen! We were there ... in good time. The train was not. Not for three hours.
There was a lot to see though and we were well entertained by the station activity.
Some routine again when we disembarked in Jhansi: identify your suitcase to make sure everybody's is there.
Almost at every bus stop somebody would be begging, knocking on the window and gesturing. This boy was quite annoying but he really should have been in school. I hope this doesn't sound heartless, but we were told about it ...
Delhi had some fascinating statues. Here again ... James snapped this one for me on "his" side.
Political campaign for the next election.
These were remnants laying around behind the temple because they probably don't know where they belong. Probably from the other 63 temples which have not survived so well.
The temples were totally overgrown by the jungle. A British officer found them in the late 19th century while hunting.