Aurangabad Gymkhana Club (Hotel)
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- Continental Breakfast
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... our names on the sheets, no. We wandered back and forth along the train, full laden. Anne toddled off to find the little man again, whilst i waited with the backpacks by coach CE. Anne arrived back, with ten minutes to spare, to confirm this was indeed our carriage and our names were there on the sheets. This was carriage before the one we were supposed to be on, so of course we never checked it. Note to self check every blessed carriage from now on.
We tumbled off ...
... water ditches (in former times with crocodiles were filled), as well as a basin, to be heated up could around poisonous steams produce. More native leads us with a flashlight by the stick-dark labyrinth similar fortress courses. Without him and without its lamp became we mad. Each I must select individual my steps mindfully, there it alternating go downward, upward and holes in the soil am, in order to weaken the former enemy/intruder with all possible means. Due to the ...
... stuck in my head which results in me wandering around beautiful, UNESCO listed ancient monuments singing, "Ch-ch-ch-ch-chip and Dale, Rescue Rangers, Ch-ch-chip and Dale, where there's danger..." Look at its little face though. This guy was angry with me. He only came over because he thought I had food and when he realised I didn't I figured I should make a break for it before I had to spend the rest of the day removing squirrel from my ...
... money because his mother and father had died and his brother wouldn't help him.... insert whining here. Then the tomb keepers wanted even more money to show me some special tomb within the tomb but wouldn't let Diane in. They set up their own bookstore in the mosque -- everything was all about money.
Next was a stop by at the miniature Taj Mahal tomb built by the son of the guy who built the real one in Agra. It was nice but a far cry from the real ...
... 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 ...