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... and they are not natural caves but dug out by the buddist so carved into the canyon walls. The caves themselves were incredibly beautiful and must be generations of work. On the outside many had pillars and a forecourt with a small door leading into the cave. Inside most had a large budda caved into the rock at the back and small rooms where the buddists slept. Some had many sculptures of budda some just a few and a few had ancient paintings. They were all incredible beautiful ...
... was if Arkwright from Open All Hours had a modern Tescos described to him, and then created his own version.
I write a huge stack of postcards...we have been very remiss with postcard writing but then we have nothing really to say to anyone who has been following our blog. It's 4pm and Ian wants to show me the town so we venture out. It's still humid, we really know we're travelling south now. We check out some recommended restaurants but tonight we will just ...
... sit with their feet up on the benches! I make Ian move the luggage closer and put my feet on top of it. More scurrying and the mouse is back...this time with his friend. They are about to climb up our luggage. Another squeal, more merriment from the locals. That's it...I climb up and sit on the back of the bench with my feet on the seat. Ian kicks the bag periodically in an attempt to frighten them off.
Meanwhile, trains pull in and out of our platform - none ...
... internet than trickling speed of phone network.
I dropped my favorite reading glasses off to have new lenses put in (275Rs/$5.50). Travel is pretty rough on them. The last time I had them replaced was in Vietnam. I must say they did a nicer job of polishing the edges in Vietnam.
We checked out the "Big Bazaar" which is a largish supermarket chain found in big Indian cities. We were after some muesli, ...
... tourists are not the norm in Jalgaon, which is weird what with it being so close to some of the most ancient and spectacular sights in India. I was approached by a fairly drunk man with his wife and four children and handed a cute wide eyed baby to hold. Using gestures, the man asked if me and Ed had any children, I shook my head, he held up 6 fingers pointing at himself and his wife, to indicate that they had 6, then he pointed at me and at the baby who was ...
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