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... dies das Vorankommen des Buses natürlich nicht wesentlich.
Schlussendlich erreiche ich die Busstation. Ich lerne ein sehr nettes indisches Mädchen kennen, die für zwei Monate aufgrund eines Praktikums in Aurangabad wohnen wird. Sie meint ich könnte meinen Rucksack zu ihr in das Hotel geben, während ich die Höhlen in Ellora besuche und diesen am Abend vor meiner Abreise wieder abhole.
Im final Bus nach Aurangabad lerne ich weiters Tooti und ...
... felt quite safe - one driver like this on a British road would cause mayhem, but when all together the scarce millimeters between vehicles three abreast on a road is almost reassuringly choreographed. We had two drivers, who swapped, and a conductor who would yank on a string that ran the length of the bus to a small bell in the drivers cabin whenever we were due to stop. We had several such blurred stops throughout the night, on dark roadsides and deserted bus ...
... was too impatient to wait. So, Okki and I headed to school early to get good internet service. When we were walking out to the street, we did not know if there would be rickshaws or not. Thankfully, we heard them right away. We found out that after 3 whole days of being on strike, the only positive thing that happened was that the minimum for a rickshaw ride went up from 11 rupees to 12 rupees. When we are talking about a matter of 1 rupee, or 2 US cents, it seems a bit ...
We can not drink the tap water here, so we always have to buy bottled mineral water.
Every time the elevator is open in our hostile, Jingle Bells plays. Quite annoying in the middle of the night.
50 Indian rupees = 1 US dollar
There are beggars everywhere on the streets. We usually pack up our leftovers in a to-go box (parcel) and give them to the individuals rather than money.
There are dogs walking around everywhere.
... up with the help of Sonu, my dear driver, who took care of me as if I was his mother.
I heard that for a long time the palace was abandoned, now a part of it is taken care of by the government, while another still belongs to the old royal family. Many palaces in Rajasthan are now luxury heritage hotels, but looking at the dilapidated one here I could only imagine the investment that would be necessary to convert it into a hotel; it would ...