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... hanging on). Great balance!
Back at the hotel a quick shower (hot water!) and I headed out to risk my life to bring some cold white wine back to the hotel. We polished that off and got a tuk/tuk to a different restaurant that specialized in cooking in the tandoor oven. Another fantastic meal with more white wine!
Off to the train station for yet again an overnight trip. This time we both got to sleep in the same compartment and we both slept ...
... the rest of the temple.
Now, being a film director, Soorej has a bit of an eye for artistic photos, and so when we found a spot near the top, he suggested this might be a good place for a DPP (I admit those weren't his exact words).
We took some time composing a few pictures, and also a selfie that he could send to his friends who came a few days earlier. I imagine somewhere in there is a DPP candidate..
At the hotel we quickly showered and then got a taxi ride to the Ellora caves. These were beautiful temples that had been carved into the rocks by Buddha's thousands of years ago and were in amazing condition. This is where they came to pray and were a little in the mountains. After this we drove to see the baby Taj Mahal. Unfortunately, and very disappointingly, me and Sophie never got to see the real Taj, however the baby Taj was about the third ...
... 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 ...
Ah where to start. So we stayed in Aurangabad for 3 nights to see Ajanta and Ellora caves. Im sure I will put photos up on facebook soon, just hard at an internet cafe. Caves were made over 12,000 years ago by monks and buddists.
Anyway so in Aurangabad we went to the tourist information office which was highlighted in the India book. We met a guy called Shaker who is the regional manager of the tourist information in Maharashtra ...