Hotel Hilltop Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a group wedding from one of the villages. As we inched our way forward and enjoyed the procession of party goers we finally came across the lucky couples, with the grooms on horseback and the brides in sort of parade float type chariots. Mahavir explained that small villages will hold these types of weddings once or twice a year for the boys that are ready to be married so that everyone can celebrate at once and each family can share the cost. It was really neat to see ...
... Aufenthalt. Der Anschlussbus geht nach Aurangebad. Wenn alles gut geht, erreiche ich die Stadt um 7:30. Für dieses Ticket zahle ich 12 €, was für Indien relativ teuer ist. Man darf jedoch nicht vergessen, dass es sich hierbei um einen sleeping bus handelt und die Fahrt ca. 14 Stunden dauert. Das endgültige Ziel sind die Höhlen in Ajanta und Ellora. Hierfür muss ich nochmals zwischen 45 Minuten und 3 Stunden mit einem local bus fahren. Eine Nacht werde ich in ...
... found it to be an extensive market of handcrafts and folk-culture. Inside the gate, performers from all parts of India presented songs and dances. Camels and horses, ornately and gaudily decorated were available for rides. Food stalls were plentiful, selling freshly cooked corn, spiced snacks, popadums, leaf wrapped goodies and a paste being made in a cow pulled grinder. The most eye-catching piece of art work was a painting of an exploding elephant poo ...
... city and into the old part of the city. The first stop was the Saijan Niwas Garden with many fountains and wonderful grounds. After the gardens we toured a bit of the city, including the Sukhadia Circle Fountain, before going to a local art school. At the school we learned about the process of the painting of the miniatures on camel bone and silk. We purchased one of the paintings on camel bone.
As our cooking class starts at 10am we decide to sleep in and take it easy for the morning. We enjoy a light breakfast (need to make sure there is room for todays five course lunch) as we watch the women do the morning laundry at the dhobi ghat across he lake. We make our way back to the Millets of Menwar where we meet up with Sunil, co-owner and resident cook. One the menu for today's class (and lunch) is a vegetable dumpling ...