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... of white and black granite and marble from ancient volcanic activity. There were once many temples here, mostly from the 13/14th century each with a market and other associated buildings, but only one (or two?) Are used for worship today. Apparently in the Hindu religion, if the idol is damaged or cracked, it cannot be worshiped anymore, and the idol becomes solely a monument. Secondly in, I think, the 15/16th century the Muslims came and pretty much destroyed everything ...
Off to the Royal Enclosure [or Palace] by 1230. There are but ruins left as the palace was made of wood and destroyed centuries ago. The platform area was used for ceremonies. An aqueduct fed a beautifully geometric pool. The 100 Pillars Hall was bereft of columns, save for the 10x10 stabilizing cuts.
The Royal Temple was just for the king and queen to pray. Many of the themes in the carvings were quite familiar by now. The Zanana area was just ...
... put most of the B Team together. Peter was far away and I suggested to Lucas maybe a local and him switch places; done [after the conductor checked seats]. We were off at 2208. Downloaded and culled the day's pix. A bit of my sandalwood cologne improved the ambience of the carriage.
Good B Team banter carried the day until the conductor went by and the 'coke' came out. We had a couple of shots each, giving the rest to Lucas for his nightcap. Bed by 2315.
... depict traps, and the killing of man. As we tried to work out what they could mean a young Chinese boy who we hadn't spotted before leant against the wall, specifically against a brick sticking out of the wall. The brick moved and we heard a click followed by a grating sound coming below us. That's when we noticed that spikes were slowly coming down from the ceiling and the floor of the room had begun to move. It started to separate in the middle creating a hole. The room ...
... the days of rocking into a town and looking around for a room, armed with a couple of lines from Lonely Planet and a rough map. Now even many budget places are on Agoda or Hotels.com, you can go to Tripadvisor, read reviews, see pictures, compare rates and book ahead all from the comfort of your wi-fi equipped room. Maybe it's just us looking at trips 20 years ago through rose ...