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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of hydro-electric power for the area. From above, our driver must have acted like a skier, going left and right; maybe a boxer, bobbing and weaving.
By 0800, we headed off on secondary roads. Rice and garbage were two dominant themes. There were a huge number of boulders over kilometres, reminding me, Fiona, of a combination of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Roadside kids were headed off to school. The roads were rough.
Down a dirt lane and into ...
... line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Cars used - 5
Minivans - 8
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - ...
... wandered down the quaint little alleyway and out into the streets to grab lunch and find an Auto. We grabbed another delicious meal at the Mango Tree before heading out into the dusty dirt roads to find an Auto.
We were immediately mobbed by about 7 different Auto drivers. Since they could hear eachother's prices we were unable to negotiate the rate as low as we would have liked... but we ended up finding a ...
... one of the most detailed and ornate we had ever seen. There were full sized horses and figures carved into the rocks, there were small pillars carved into larger pillars, even small cities carved into the stone—it was very impressive. We wandered the grounds for a few minutes before feeling very tired. We found one of the main temples that had a massive stone roof with carved relief decorations and laid down looking up on the ...
... Although we saw everything we wanted to, this was the first place we were sad to leave and definitely felt that we could of stayed longer.
However, we had a train to Mysore to catch so we flagged down a rickshaw to take us to the station. We were slightly unnerved when 4 of the drivers friends also joined us for the journey.We made it to the station safe after a wait at a rail crossing where the majority of people didn't see the barriers as an ...