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... oder Portalen. Die erste interessante Höhle ist Nummer 2. Diese wird von zwölf massiven Säulen mit eckigen Sockeln gestütz. Vereinzelte Höhlen stechen aufgrund verschiedener Details heraus. In der Mitte einer Höhle befindet sich beispielsweise eine riesige Buddha Statue, andere Statuen, einzelne Säulen oder ähnliche Gebilde.
Als es kühler wird und die Sonne schön langsam untergeht, werden wir von unserem Fahrer zurück nach Aurangabad gebracht. Wir gehen in ein ...
... got a bus simular to yesterday to the caves. The caves were nice but I did not like them as much as the Ajanta caves. Firstly there were to many of them with a total of 34 spread out over a larger distance and after seeing nearly 30 caves yesterday I began to feel a bit caved out. Secondly the surrounding scenery was not as nice. Thirdly they were mostly hindu, some buddist, some Jain and I prefer the sculptures of budda as opposed to the Hindu gods. Finally we were ...
If you decided to visit Ellora Caves or Ajanta Caves (or both of them) we would highly recommend you to bring a torch. Most caves can be found in a poor light, and on top of that bats are actually hiding inside of many caves. You can identify them quite well according to their bad smell but it is hard to spot them without light.
At the end of the day we took a tuk-tuk to the nearest bus stop, caught a bus going in direction to Jalgaon. It was ...
... We were sure we would get to attend another wedding before we go.
We had to be completely packed and moved out of our rooms before leaving. We left our bags with the front desk and they reserved two rooms for us all to stay in when we get back at the end of the day.
We had a nice sing along ride on the way to Ellora. When we got there it was a little confusing. We were at the last cave and weren't given any direction as to what we ...
... On the other hand, is my plan to go north to Rajastan which I really want to visit. Southern India is easy travel and northern India is a lot harder. Big cities, much colder, at least morn and evening, people are harder rougher and rude and there again they want a piece of your business and demand it in an aggressive way. In normal times I would not be phased by the challenge but not being at the top of my form right at the moment makes me wish I could recuperate before going up ...