Hotel Heritage Inn
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... Children were running up to shake hands and asking for school pens. I still hadn't seen another tourist here so guess I was a bit of a rarity in these parts. I walked through the markets and right in to the middle of a Hindu street festival with thumping bass sound systems, extravagant costumes, marching bands and generally people going completely ******* mental waving flags and throwing confetti at each other.
I still had a long time to kill so ...
... by our mechanic. The level was down a bit but nothing alarming. Dave had been keeping a closer eye on the oil since the incident in Bhuj when it had almost run dry. Then we took off on the motorcycle to see the main Bijapur sights.
1) Gol Gumbaz, The colossal 1656 mausoleum
2) Ibrahim Rouza & Mausoleum, a poor man’s Taj Mahal
3) Central Bijapur Market with Lambani tribal ...
... were ready to tackle the tourists near the gate to the caves. We began by backtracking over the (small) mountain to the big city of Arangabad and the cutoff there. It was chilly on the motorbike so early in the morning. We bundle up in our polartec jackets.
12th Century Hill-Top Fortress
About 11 km out of town, as we rounded a corner of the mountain, we were treated to fantastic view of Daulatabad, a 12th century ...
... no signs here to indicate which platform to head to, and after getting mixed advice from or fellow passengers we interrupted the station master who soon put us on the right track. The train was about an hour late and it was well after twelve when we got on the train. We found our bunks in this full and pitch black train and settled down for the night in this three tier AC coach having securely locked up our luggage and secured or shoes and anything else easily ...
... to see some of the original tile inlay as well as mother-of-pearl accents on the archways. A great number of features in this fort brought me back to Morocco. The curved arches, blue tiles, and structure of the rooms. Unfortunately, I did not get to learn a lot about the fort because there were to guides available, but I was able to pay more attention to the details. There were underground tunnels that linked ...