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... From London"
"No, I am from India"
Clearly my intonation was all off...
One of the group might have spotted the mistranslation, but otherwise it was smiles and waves as we walked on.
There was one set of boys at the watchtower who were very interested in having their picture taken and also shaking hands.
Soorej sorted the former whilst I did the latter. Their teacher did not find all of the commotion amusing, and ordered the ...
... different religions (e.g. Buddhist caves – statues of Buddha, Hindu temples – Hindu gods, shrines).
Within 5 – 6 hours we managed to visit the following cave temples: Cave 16 -> Cave 15 -> Cave 14 -> Cave 11 -> Cave 10 -> Cave 5 -> Cave 2 -> Cave 32 -> Cave 33 -> Cave 29 -> Cave 21.
We also didn´t miss one of the most beautiful viewpoints of Ellora Caves that can be found next to Cave 29.
... past trucks and buses, with other cars, trucks and buses coming at us at times, trying to pass on their side. There were moments when the 2 lane road was a 4 lane one simply by use. And in the dark. And the smog. However, home safe and sound, in our less- than-quiet hotel room, watching "SkyFall" and eating room service dinner.
Tomorrow, to the Ajanta caves, and then back to this same hotel! So nice to have our stuff in one place for a few days.
We've spent the last few days at a very nice hotel in Aurangabad, using it as a central location for exploring the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves (both UNESCO World Heritage Sites ), Dualatabad Fort and several lesser local sites.
Built between the 2nd century BC and the 6th century AD (Ajanta), and between the 6th and 11th centuries (Ellora), the cave sites are ...
... sculptures, Ajanta a beaucoup de peintures (apparemment tempera) et de statues de bouddhas, et connaissant leur âge, ils sont plutôt en bon état, puisque les grottes n’ont été redécouvertes qu’au 19ème siècle. Les grottes sont différentes de celles d’Ellora et les 2 valent le coup d’être visitées.
De retour à Mumbai, on est retourné chercher nos passeports. Même s’ils nous ont donnés seulement 20 jours à la place des ...