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Indian adventures

Travelling with children can bring well-known landmarks back to life, says travel writer Lorna Parkes, afer visiting India’s Golden Triangle

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AFTER A HOT, DUSTY AND incredibly noisy day exploring Agra Fort, this was our first glimpse of the Taj Mahal. We’d been aiming to visit a sunset-viewing platform just down the road from where this picture was taken, but it had just closed when we arrived. So we climbed a sand dune with a couple of other stragglers. In the distance we could see the specks of hundreds of tourists beneath the Taj, but this view gave us a completely different impression of the site.

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