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We have now left Karnataka state and entered Maharashtra, the state that houses Mumbai (we are not going to Mumbai though). We are staying Aurangabad and have met up with a friend we met on couchsurf.com who's been showing us around being a tour guide with his friends. Yesterday we went to the Bibi Ka Maqbara (Aka the Baby Taj). It's architecture is very similar to the Taj Mahal but it's a lot smaller but I enjoyed it. We ...
... size and was still enormous. A wealthy man build this for his Mother to portray his love and it really was an exact replica.
Now, throughout the whole of India people were fascinated by us and our skin colour. Sometimes people would ask for photos with us, but most of the time they helped themselves. Constantly I would see me and women with their cameras clicking away at us. I couldn't find myself getting used to it but uncomfortable at ...
... with a lot of people inside. It turned out to be a purely vegetarian restaurant serving “all you can eat" Thali. The waiters were all dressed up in their traditional costumes. Each of them was in charge of a certain ingredient. It was interesting to get to know the way how they serve “all you can eat” Thali in the state of Maharashtra. Unfortunately their Thali was too spicy for me so I had to order a boring cheese pizza :(
With respect to the ...
... are all beautiful, with wonderful sculptures. It was very hot, and took us 4-5 hours to wak around all of the caves.
We returned by bus, and ate at the Hotel Keys/Aura, which was very posh, but with a very reasonably priced restaurant. (We adopted this as our hotel for meals, since it was so much nicer than our own.) Mr H ate a chinese dish (he is now shunning meat and curry, and chinese food is readily available everywhere) and I had a Paneer Butter Masala. Yummy.
... a group of people, unaware of my situation, walked near by and the group of three monkeys jumped away. I quickly made my exit pretending that no near death experience had just occurred, whilst literally shaking from the fear that I had just experienced. Like I say, never ever trust monkeys.I think there were about 30 something temples all along/in ...