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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nights in a row spent on train... It'll be rough I think but we've been pretty durable this trip so we'll make it. We leave India in 10 days and though I know I will miss India once were gone, I miss so many things about home. Even work a little bit! We will start work and school pretty much immediately once we've returned. When we get back to the states I want Mexican food and/or sol food, in n out, and lots of other ...
I have come to realise how difficult it is to keep this blog up and try and record everything. Purely because of time to sit and write in a place with good WiFi. So I will need to think back on what I've done this past week. So on Monday we mainly slept all day due to jetlag and then met our tour group who seemed lovely and joined with another big group who had been travelling for 4 weeks prior. We all then went out for a ...
... t have to pay to visit any cultural heritage sites. It is just a symbolic fee of IR 10 – 20 for them. The authorities donīt even try to hide such an obvious price discrimination. I donīt find it fair and donīt see any reason why foreigners should be sponsoring Indian people who are interested in doing some sightseeing. They should realize that sightseeing is a luxurious good and unfortunately not everyone can afford it. As a consequence of this policy all Indian ...
... some stairs and were met by a panoramic view of cave entrances. These entrances revealed Buddhist temples dug out by hand. Inside these magical caves were amazing paintings dating as far back as the sixth century AD. We were dumbfounded by the paintings in the temples, and the sheer size of the hand carved caves. The Ajanta caves were a true world heritage site, and to think these glorious caves were here in India.
Off to the Ellora caves, and it was here that ...
... way to a hotel. We got a small room between the 4 of us it was pretty basic but was well located and nice and cheap. Being smelly & shattered we all had showers and a bit of a nap before heading out at about 9.00. Deciding to go to the Ellora caves we were faced with 2 options; get a couple of tuktuks or catch the bus. With the bus being significantly more financially viable we opted for the latter. The only problem was that we didn't really know where the ...