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From Hampi the best option to get to Bangalore was a sleeper bus - our first one in India. So far we had avoided the sleeper buses, much preferring trains. You can walk around as you like, don't have to stick to designated toilet breaks, there's more camaraderie, plus it's much cheaper.
The bus was surprisingly comfortable, very clean, with ...
... of little New Zealand. We are staying in a nice leafy suburb ( still filled with constant cars, motorbikes using their horns continuously) so we went for a walk around the hotel. We were right by a shopping centre with hundreds of shops selling clothes, shoes, gold and silver jewellery. In front of the shops, and covering most of the footpaths there are ...
Lie in time over, we left the hotel and walked down the busy main road once again, this time off to find the Lalbargh botanical gardens hoping it was as good as the book said and not just a rubbish dump like some places we have been too. We don't know how a building site can quite cut the name 'botanical garden’ but Pondicherry proved that it could. Walking down the road finishing our jam bun for breakfast, ...
... travel. The plan was to have Kaushik pick me up from Pune, where I was currently camping, and we would head out to Daman from there.
So, on the morning of 18th Oct, having had the Scorpio serviced, cleaned, equipped with powerful halogen headlights, a towing rope, etc., Kaushik finally set off from Bangalore to Pune to kick off what was going to be unquestionably the best journey I have undertaken so far.
... we headed over to the Sri Ranga Patna fort. At this fort, a Muslim Sultan tortured the Brits who were trying to take over India back in his day. We went inside the fort, and saw what we could see, but a lot of the tourist part was already closed. We did get a reasonable view of a temple right next to a mosque.
On the way out, a couple of touts came up to us to try to sell us stuff. We said no. Then, we said no for another 30 feet. Then, ...