Tomb is a World Heritage Site and quite impressive serving as the
precursor to the Taj Mahal. By now, though, the heat has
briskly past merely interesting to the point of demanding our full
attention. It was well past 110 degrees and we had each chugged 5
large bottles of water. Neil bought "Your Favorite Umbrella"
(actual name) so, at least, had some shade. As with the other
tourist stops, the heat kept the crowds away. This must be the
place where the term "But mad dogs and
Englishmen go out in the midday sun" gets its full meaning - the
natives were happily staying in the shade watching us from afar.