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... peace crosses the road, this promotes an advancing of the Buses naturally not substantially. Finally I reach the bus station. I become acquainted with a very nice Indian girl, who will live for two months due to a practical course in Aurangabad. She means I could to mine backpack to it into the hotel give, while I visit the caves in Ellora and fetch this in the evening before my departure again.
In finally the bus after Aurangabad I become acquainted with ...
... anyway until something gives. Today a fat man tried to squeeze past me and my rucksack down a bus aisle. Given that I could move in no other direction I simply had to stand and wait for him to work out the impossibility of the situation until he eventually stepped into a vacant seat for all of two seconds. Maybe I'm being harsh, but it does seem nonsensical sometimes, especially since its all for their own benefit! Anyway. Off the beaten track tomorrow as we head for Palitana. ...
... cracker, and of course water. There was a flag on the table that you were to fold over whenever you wanted the food to stop being brought out. I, myself, must have gone through three skewers of chicken and shrimp each, three chicken drumsticks, countless fish nuggets, potatoes, and lamb. I am proud to say that I also tried the mushroom and paneer kabobs and they were both delicious. I am not one to like mushroom, but something about these were quite tasty. After lowering the flag ...
... and watched Indian Infomercials for the first time.
Third Day in India – January 9, 2013
One would think that the first day in India would be the day most filled with "firsts." However, the third day won. The morning began with me first starting the shower by myself. It was also my first experience in a scalding shower. It did make me feel better though when Okki said she could not get it any cooler either. Since there was no studio, we all ...
... a tree. I have always enjoy Krishna’s stories.
Visiting the private palace a sign tells the tourist not to destroy anything to avoid being accused of criminal offence.There is not much to destroy, anyhow, because the place is not conserved and it is in a state of decay. They told me that when some of these royal fellows go to Bundi, they stay at the Hadoti Palace hotel, where I was. But perhaps the hotel belongs to a family member.....what can one ...