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... haNNah and dominIK together, you get Pannik. This seemed too scary considering the exam situation so, following discussions with the other two, decided to change it to Don't pannik since this was also one of Alcuin College's (which we had all been a member off at University) trap lines, so it seemed fitting.
The whole reason we went to Aurangabad was to go and see the Ajanta Caves which had been recommended to me by some family friends; today was ...
... darker caves were home to lots of bats with their distinct bat smell. It was creepy to shine a torch up to the ceiling and see them nestling in their hundreds above our heads.
Hobbling across the cliffs in the sun it was quite warm but a marked difference from the intense heat of Hampi. It's nice to be a bit further North and not drenched in sweat all the time. Every few minutes we got stopped by families or large groups of school children who wanted a photo taken with us. ...
Mr grumpy who tried to fleece me at the hotel was not happy that I had not used his services so told me I owed him 30 rupees for a cup of Chai that he offered me when I booked in. Normally one pays 5 or 10 rupees. After arguing with him he suddenly couldn't understand or speak english. threw the money at him and then gave him one of ...
Oh, where have I been? Sick, sick, sick. Who on earth goes to Bodh Gaya and sees absolutely nothing in this famous Buddhist town? Me. This is what I saw: the ceiling of my room, and a lot of another, small, attached (Jane said that was my good karma -- everyone else had communal facilities outside...) room with plumbing, with occasional glimpses of the outdoors when I could venture down to the dining area to get some more ginger tea. I did see the back of Richard Gere's head one ...
... class" its the cheapest, no frills, no reserve seats section. From there you can go to "sleeper class" this is compartments with 3 bunks either side of the small box, a passage and 2 bunks along the side, then it goes up to 3 AC which is the same lay out as sleeper class but with air con and curtains and then finally 2 AC which has 2 bunks on either side of the compartment and instead of curtains it sometimes has a door and air con. The time of day we are traveling ...