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... was at a Thali place that was a really cool experience. You start with a large empty plate and the servers just come around and around offering you many things to eat and you get what you want. It was very good but very spicy. My mouth was actually on fire and nothing was there to relieve that.
After dinner we headed to the train station. Well, I guess it wouldn't have mattered if we were late because of course our train was late! We had plenty ...
... or course to follow. Goa now sounds appealing, warm, sunny, laid back with a lot of like minded people around and the possibility of chance encounters with people I have met previously along the way. It is, however a bit out of my way and means backtracking considerably since if I were to go there, it should have been done before of after Hampi. However, I would not be the first to have done that since it is almost bound to happen if you are going to criss cross India for a ...
It was exactly 09:15 hrs , with a heavy throat I said bye to Deep n the junior from in law's home
and walked till the rickshaw stop. I was still feeling very low and the breez around was giving me more chillness , I wanted to turn the clock back for few more time or willing to run it fast for few more days.
There was only one rickshaw available at the stop. The driver saw me from a quite possible distance and smiled at ...
... We had to pay to get into the park area where there were some shops, pay to get the bus up the 4km hill to the caves and then pay the foreigners rate to get into the caves which was 250 rupees (£2.80ish) as opposed to the 10 rupees Indians pay; we were in. This, by Indian standards, was proving to be an expensive day since we are paying about 200 rupees each per night.
The Ajanta Caves consist of 30 caves which were excavated by humans out of the ...
... 10th century, also very elaborate but not on the same scale as the Hindu ones.
It's absolutely mind boggling to think that all these amazing statues and carvings and huge caverns have been excavated BY HAND, the planning, time and man power it must have taken is immense.
The first "cave" we visited was number 16, The Kailashnath Temple, which is the most impressive one, it took over 100 years and four generations to complete. To build the temple an estimated 400,000 ...