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Cave # 32/33 Jain Temples
Dave’s new friend stayed behind as we walked the long lower path to the caves at the far end, numbers 32 and 33. Our plan was to work our way back to the gate by noon. We became more enchanted and it took us longer to finish than we would have imagined.
A nicely tanned naked pilgrim (sadhu) stunned the Korean ...
... walked back into our room after an afternoon's absence, we threw open a shutter to let some air in. The rat that clung to the bars covering the windows was as startled as we were, but his flight reflex proved faster than ours. He must have let off some pheromonal alarm, because at that same moment another rodent darted across the room. We barged into the bathroom to find two more of the creatures knocking down some toiletries before scurrying into oblivion, a fresh trail ...
Our train pulled up with the same name and number at the right time but without the coach we had booked in on. When we asked about this the man said this coach was not scheduled on the train and so our ticket was useless. His advice was to stay in Hospet and sort it out to get on the next days train or take this train to Guntakal (wherever that was!) and hopefully switch to a train there to Hyderabad. We took our chances and jumped into a freeish carraige on the ...
Day 2 at the Pastors Conference began around 9am and went until around 7pm, and then everyone enjoyed a wonderful tie of worship together when the village team arrived back from the field. Worship including both Hindi and English songs and testimony from our Indian brothers and sisters about the days teachings. Teaching the second day focused on discipleship with lots of emphasis on prayer, evangelism and ...
... minutes the car would die, and he'd have to run to the back to get it started again. He response was, "Bad gas." We finally made it there, but where expecting a similar setup to Ajanta but were sadly mistaken. At Ajanta we had worn our tougher sandals thinking we'd have to go walking through caves, but most of the caves made you take them off and so it was trying strapping them off and on. Therefore, we wore flip flops today which was a huge mistake as this time we were ...