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We arrived in Aurangabad 1.30pm after setting off at 6.30am. Yes we awoke at 4.30am and set off for the station, after negotiating bodies asleep on the pavements and a rat taking it's breakfast home in a carrier bag, we arrived safely at 5am. We had allowed plenty of time so we could check where we would be sitting, which is posted on the side of each carriage. Anne went off to check the carriages, too early, so she cleck with the little enquiry man, yes success! C1 70 and 73. Well could ...
... completely India. By the horizon we can already recognize the fortress. But we pass the victory tower before named “chand minar”. From this a footpath leads by further Basteien and fortress walls, before it reaches the Chinese palace “chini mahal”. We mount the stone tower, which is over it. Whereupon a large cannon with a sheep head rises up.
With all possible means “stones were put to the intruders into the way”: Cannons, ...
... age of the murals and the craftsmanship. They're great and well worth a look, especially the cave with the reclining Buddha, there are a **** tonne of awesome sculptures in there. But hey, they're just not the Kailasa Temple.
And in other news, I've got to give a little tip of the hat to the Three Striped Palm Squirrel. They're everywhere in India but they look like chipmunks so every time I see one I get the Chip & Dale ...
... Number 16 on particular looked like something from the set of Raiders of the Lost Arc. Many of the Buddhist statues had their heads broken off and even the sculptures of the elephants had their trunks broken off.
We stopped for lunch on the way back, and then popped my the Muslim king Aurangzeb's tomb. He was the one who ordered the defacing/decapitating of the Buddhist statues. They charged us an entry fee into the tomb, then some blind ...
... again. Funnily enough, they all said, "My family business". They must have one bloody big family as there were loads of them AND their Buddahs and elephants all looked the same.
Anyway, we saw a waterfall, some chipmunks and then found the monkeys.We dont know what type of monkeys they were but they had big long tails. They and their babies amused us for a while but we then realized it was gone 2pm, we hadn't eaten and it was Malaria tablet time ...