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... gold leaf calligraphy, numerous arches and a garden in the middle with a pool of water that was only slightly ruined by the barbed wire running round the outside.
Walking through the Muslim neighborhood, through small streets and along the ruined citadel ramparts, I was feeling like a bit of a celebrity. Everyone said hi, and enquiring as to my "good name", home town and marital status (all perfectly reasonable questions during small talk ...
... International’ it must be ;) It was a bit tattered and the promised 24 hours hot shower was amended to 6 to 9am after we checked in. Maybe Dave had misunderstood about the 24 hour part. The hotel was very serviceable and a decent choice, as far as Bijapur hotels go.
26 January 2013
We had the oil changed on the motorcycle just after the 2000km ...
... were refused access even though they had many unoccupied room. "Government worker only," we were told then. Shevalee assured us that the Rest Houses are not just for government workers. We left at 8:15 am, after small breakfast of muesli. We had a long day ahead, our longest yet... Close to 300 km. Shevalee promised that the roads were very good and it would be no problem for us.
As we drove through Ellora, the ...
... restaurant for dinner, which was truly delicious so we got some extra take out for the train. Found a bar in the basement of the hotel opposite, and although ugly, claustrophobic, and without a single women in, we managed to have a cold beer in peace before heading of to the station. The station which was absolutely mobbed, the floor a blanket of saffron clothed sleeping people who we waiting for a delayed train to solipur that wasn't due in till three am. ...
Bidar is a small town outside of Andhra Pradesh in the state of Karnataka. It took us about 2 hours on this rainy Saturday morning but once we arrived, it was well worth it. Our first stop was the Bidar Fort which was built in 1427. This was also the time frame of the first Muslim invasion of the area. The fort harvested many pieces that were in Arabic and that represented the Muslim religion.
I was ...
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