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... Zur Abwechslung esse ich wieder einmal Thali. So sehr ich mich auch wieder auf die Einheimischekost freue, aber das indische Essen wird mir trotzdem sehr fehlen.
Unser Zug hat zur Abwechslung keine Verspätung. Hoffentlich werden wir pünktlich Mumbai erreichen. Unser Abteil teilen wir mit weiteren Backpackern. Es ist lustig, dass wir ein eigenes Abteil nur mit foreigner haben. Ausnahmsweise kommt es mir so vor, dass ich nicht der Einzige foreigner in Indien ...
... so many pictures yesterday which must have been a record on the picture asking scale that today I was fed up with constantly having my picture taken and unlike yesterday caught quite a few people taking pictures of us without asking which always causing me to shout because I find it really rude. They go to see the caves and spend all their time staring at the white people trying to get a secret picture. One good thing was we were in the process of making our ...
... uncomfortable ride lasting 1,5 hours. In the middle of our journey one of the Indian guys vomited on Gonzalo´s feet. We were disgusted :( We think that after that “vomiting incident” nothing can surprise us in India.
We arrived in Jalgaon at about 20.30 and found a very nice place to stay (Hotel Plaza). It was superbly clean and its owner was so helpful. The best thing was that it wasn´t expensive. We paid only IR 750 per night. It was the first time we tried a bucket shower :) ...
... to do. We were told we had about 30 minutes to walk around. This cave was built differently than the ones at Ajanta and were beautiful as well. Not going to lie though, I could have done without and gone to the wedding. Oh well.
We did this cave, and then bussed down to a few others. This day was a lot shorter because there was a lot less to see. Nothing too exciting happened.
We were running a little behind on time ebcause once again ...
... We had read in the guide book that they got busy quickly so decided to skip breakfast (not that it was included anyway) and make our way there as early as we could. Leaving our big bags at the hotel for free (which was rather nice) we decided to get our first auto-rickshaw to the bus station. With us 3 squished in the back, we took to the dusty roads. It was cooler here than Mumbai and certainly felt less sticky. On arrival at the bus station and after ...