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... tomorrow. I decided I didn't even care, I would wear the same thing. Too cool. When we went inside for the night we found some of our group in the lounge. We joined them and played some pool. Some of our new friends from the wedding waiting outside for us to come out. When we came out they gave Olivia some plant like looking food. It was funny to watch her eat it. Upu lied to her and told her it was cannabis and she freaked out. Clearly a joke- it was served at the wedding! Another night in the comfy bed. ...
... bigotry, or even worse racism, it is a simple fact that most but fortunately not all the local people that the traveller is called upon to deal with view him as nothing but a commodity, impossible to connect with in view of the differences of culture and languages and only of interest in as much as he represents a source of possible financial benefit which must be somehow tapped into to the maximum possible and before a potential competitor succeeds in so doing first. Most ...
... also fed us two cups of masala tea while we waited which was nice because it was 'cold'. After leaving three hours late and having to drive slow due to fog and traffic we drove from Jaipur back to Delhi, ran through the airport and arrived 10 minutes early for boarding because the flight had also been delayed for fog (which was good because if it had taken off on time we would have been ten minutes late). We endured a foggy, bumpy flight ...
... tuktuks, motorbikes, walkers carrying things on their heads, ploughs being pulled by cattle, big, decorated lorries and anything else that could move or could be moved. This, I felt, was the real India. This is more what I had expected, had been looking for and had not yet seen.
The scenery was a mixture of woodland and farmland - mostly growing corn on the cob. This made me think - was all this really going to be eaten by Indians or were we in ...
... and he was there near the entrance as we walked over from our hotel in the morning. We asked him to tell us which are 'not to be missed' caves.
His list included;
Cave # 5 Bhuddist Assembly Hall
Cave # 10 Buddhist Stupa
Cave # 12 3 Story Buddhist Monastery
Cave # 15 Hindu meditation chambers
Cave # 16 Hindu - Kailas
Cave # 21 Hindu Paruti
Cave # ...