Aurangabad Gymkhana Club (Hotel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the friend Mangesh's house that he shares with 5 friends, sitting on the floor covered with newspaper, using our hands, real indian style it was good. Today we went to Ajanta caves, famous caves that were made for Buddhist monasteries that are super decked out in sculptures and paintings and carvings. It was incredible and I got a lot of pictures! It was a long day though, it was a bit of hike to get there and ...
... of these men having these photos. At the baby Taj this was no exception, except three little girls came up to us and asked us for photos, our autographs and to fill in a diary asking our favourite book, colour etc (although some of the questions did ask for our number and address which I was sure not to disclose). We had some photos with them and were on our way. Never have I felt more like a celebrity especially when one girl said i ...
... the city of Aurangabad didnīt amaze us at all, we didnīt have even the slightest intention to keep exploring it. After lunch we went straight back to our hotel where we spent the rest of the day. At least we had some time for writing and reading.
Day 2: February 10, 2014
We had a clear program for that day which was to visit the nearby Ellora Caves. Ellora Caves are situated approx. 27km from Aurangabad. In order to get there you can either take a local ...
... next day (Sunday), we again went to the Tourist Office. We were assured the previous day that there were definitely 4 people going on the Ajanta tour, so a joint taxi would be arranged. We arrived early, at 8.30, and were told that the other 2 people had only just cancelled (hmmm), so we could get a taxi at a not so reasonable rate (hmmm). We decided to go to breakfast and think about it. During the course of breakfast, Mr H became so cross about the whole thing (he had a rant which ...
... were beautiful waterfalls here and the river below was very nice. One of our good friends in California went to college here and his roommate from college still lives here so we went to his home tonight and had dinner with his family. It was a nice change from eating out. It was nice to meet these people and see how they live. Very hospitable. They had two little girls, aged 7 and 10 ...