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And it worked on me.
Without a torch I was somewhat lost in the dark between some precarious slabs of rock. Thankfully I was guided by the upcoming wails of schoolchildren, and emerged into daylight.
By this point it was gone 1pm, and with only a light breakfast and plenty of sunny walking, both of us began to wane slightly. In a moment of weakness (/rationality), Soorej called his friend to check whether the rest of the ascent was worth it.
... by holy men who were known for their visions and ascetic practices. Before we came to Ellora we had read that Cave 16 was supposed to be the most spectacular of all. At the same time this cave temple is located a few meters from the main entrance so most of the visitors start their tour around Ellora Caves from here. However, some guide books recommend seeing the caves in the right sequence and beginning from Cave 1. We didnīt consider this to be very important. From ...
... and yes, it really is starting to rain. It doesn't last long but we do pass through an area which looks like it's had a complete soaking, let's hope it cools the temperature down a little. It's getting dark as we arrive back in town. Not one single driver is using their lights...not for the first time I wonder why there are not more accidents here. Our day finishes at the restaurant next door. I have plain fish cooked in a clay over, lovely. Ian sticks with another hot chicken ...
In our lives to date, we have travelled much of the world. We have seen some amazing sights, amazing natural wonders, and amazing caves. When we think of caves, we picture the crystalised Mayan caves in Belize, the bat cave on the Galapagos Islands, the massive caves in Cuba and our home grown caves in Aus. Yet as we ventured to Ajanta and Ellora in the Indian state of Maharashta, we realised that there are in fact glorious caves here in India.
Heading to Ajanta, ...
... worthwhile. If you like the Ellora Caves here I apparently the ones at Ajanta are equally as impressive unfortunately we missed them but if I come back near this way I will definitely go and see them. Whilst a few days is more than enough to see Aurangabad properly it is more than worth the journey to come and see what it has to offer.
Day 7: Wednesday January 25th
Having arrived at about 6.00 in the morning we staggered off our sleeper bus and ...