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... hotel. So we ate at one the restaurants we had already passed.
Wednesday we set off early with our driver for the day, Sheikh. We were off to Ellora caves which is a UNESCO world heritage site. We tore through the countryside overtaking everything in site and some not. We arrived shaken not stirred at the caves to be greeted by his best mate, Anis, who just so happen to have a shop across the road to the entrance. He took us to the start of the caves, gave me a brochure and ...
... br> The next goal is a special temple (unfortunately I have the name forgotten). Bags, shoes, comb-race, mobile phones and the like are absolutely forbidden within the temple. First I remain with the father by Sakram, from the Indian family, outside and the others go into the temple. Subsequently, we alternate. After I mean shoes taken off and passed the safety checks, we enter the temple. It is very beautiful and arranged very highly detailed. In the center of the area a ...
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 ...
... mountain that was chiselled away at for hundreds of years.
Cave 16 (Kailasa Temple) was the main event. It is apparently the world's largest monolithic stone structure.
A huge intricate temple, with decorative designs on its faces. There were tunnels and side temples to explore on the edges, and a large viewing platform to look out onto the surrounding areas.
I can see why India is set to have the ...
... It would have a toilet right? Well no. It was the same rickety tin can on wheels with tambourine windows, no leg room and rigid seats that we had been on in the morning. Tonight was going to be interesting, but thank God we all packed ear plugs. It was 9pm and we set off into the night, watching the car headlights cast long rickshaw shaped shadows through the dust that hung in the air like fog. But at least this was the real India...
As a bit of an ...