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... call the hard shoulder, with a two foot wall to 'maintain ones dignity'. I immediately hoped I wouldn't get caught short in the vicinity at some point during my stay. The dreaded Dehli-Belly. I had so far managed to avoid it this trip so felt well overdue for an 'episode'. A Few meters on and I stumbled across what appeared to be the Golgumbaz, a gargantuan mausoleum containing the tombs of Mohammed Adil Shah, his family and his favourite courtesan which I'm ...
Sometimes I wondered if we were the attraction or the historic monument. At one point I told a father who asked for a picture with us with each of his family members. I joked with a straight face, "of course we don't mind, but we charge", "How much?" he asked, "50 Rs each" I replied. I saw him calculating in his mind how much that would be and I told him I was joking. They thought it was ...
We contended with a hefty side wind through more wonderful farm country from cotton fields, to orange and lemon orchards, to endless sugarcane fields.
We rolled into Osmanabad passing a grand looking hotel that was ‘opening soon’ and another that was ‘closed’, presumably for lack of customers
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We found the Government Rest ...
This morning started early. A bit too early as it turned out. The station at badami is only ten minutes out of town so we got there with an hour to spare and the first people at this tiny station. A few people came and went using the station water facilities to have a wash and clean their teeth. The train turned up about thirty minutes late, but finding or carriage was pretty straight forward and we were soon seated in an almost empty three tier AC carriage. We ...
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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