Welcomhotel Rama International
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... fortifications which made the place impenetrable for so long.
The place was interesting to explore, and climb the many stairs to the watch tower.
On the way up we said "Hello" to some more school kids, and periodically paused to take pictures of the landscape.
One interesting part was going through the devilish decoy tunnel which was there to lure intruders when they could not pass the moat. The description given was thorough: uneven stairs, steep slopes, ...
... 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 then returned to the Hotel Keys for dinner again, and then lounged about, until we had to leave for our overnight train back to Mumbai at 11.25 pm. Whilst there, we were accosted by a strange South African chap (who said he was a doctor/ criminal justice specialist/toxicologist) and who said he was treating a group of American tourists to dinner. He wanted to buy us a whisky (which we politely refused, using our train as the excuse). He then gave us an odd warning not to drink ...
... see seperate entry). The lady who worked at the hostel was a real gem too. The building used to be an army base and she's worked here in all of it's guises for 35 years. It's function now is a dilapidated, sad but clean hostel for homeless people like me! I actually slept quite well on the rock *********** bed. Probably because I'd just come off a 17 hour coach journey from Goa and hardly slept a wink. SOTD Joey Beltram - Energy ...
23 January 2013
Stayed: Shivalay B&B overpriced at 1000R
What are the Ellora Caves?
Three major denominations have made temples, shrines and monastery caves in the mountainside at Ellora; Jains, Hindus, and Buddhists. The 34 caves were excavated at Ellora over a period of 600 years from the 5th to 11th century. Caves 1 through 12 are Buddhist ...