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... in the back and activate myself each mark the head, there the cover due to - more upper sleeping level relatively low is. The vibrations, which are released by the unevenness, are so strongly that I neither in my Travel Guide read, still my diary in my mobile phone on the newest conditions to bring can.
In a bus break I become acquainted with very nice 21 year old Indian. Fortunately the very jerky travel does not last too long and I reaches around 14:00 ...
... is exhausting and sticky, the city has more character about it than Mumbai. We had fun exploring; clambering around the rooves of the old city fort (Bhadra) was perfect for people watching and photography, although I think the silhouette of three westerners on the skyline caused some amusement in the market below. We visited a mosque and met a young boy who was completing Ramadan by spending a solid 10 days inside. We wondered what significance such traditions had on ...
... I do not make a fuss about it.
Back to the most important part of this day: "Barbeque Nation." When Okki and I finally arrived, no one else was there. So, we called David to ask if we had a reservation already. He said that we did not, so we went inside to make one. When we told them that there was going to be 13 of us, he was very surprised and told us that we were not going to be able to sit together because they did not have a large enough table. I reassured him that ...
... for the first time. After we were done meditating, a man came up to us and told us that the "Saint" would like to meet us and it was explained that the "Saint" was like the priest of the Jain temple. When we went upstairs, it was explained to us that the saint would like to bless us. So we were then told to bow down in front of the "Saint" so that he could put the sacred Jain powder on us. We were not allowed to touch him though, so while he just sprinkled the ...
Thol is a shallow freshwater reservoir of 7 sq km. It was declared officially in 1988.
We started out at 6 am from our home, took the highway. It is really a refreshing long drive to Thol. As we drove gradually the scene on both the sides of the road changed. Initially, long buildings and flyovers were seen then under construction belt, then village area with long stretch of agricultural lands.
The breeze was cool, the sky ...