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... give for us still so-called “tatkal tickets”. Now also my Indian number is very favourable, since I am informed by SMS, should the course delay have. Too third we will drive today around 23:15 von Aurangabad to Mumbai. Afterwards we separate from Tooti and continue to ourselves travel on evening by train after Goa.
After the long waiting period at the ticket more counter, we strengthen ourselves with local food. We eat cheese dosa (Palatschinken similarly, ...
Ellora was a fair amount less painting and more detailed carving. We learned quite a few of the different gods names, and many kept resurfacing. Turns out the 34 caves were all started and completed within 200 years. Apparently there was a bit of a competition to get them done, and as beautifully as possible, because there was a movement away from the Buddhist religion towards the Jains, a sub-group of Hindus. Many of these caves were not completed but a couple ...
... to kill. Within this time a few things happened. First, Olivia, Jacci, Katie and I all decided what characters we would be from different groups of TV shows or movies.
I can't remember what everyone was but I can remember the characters who we said I would be:
Land Before Time- Peach
Beauty and the Beast- Chip
Disney Princess- Pocahontas
Winnie the Pooh- Roo
Sex and the City- Carrie
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants- ...
... stand for a drink which is brewed in front of us. Sugar, asks the lad, making the tea? Yes, say the lads. Just a little, say I. A spoonful of sugar the size of a ladle is chucked in the mix. God help us if we'd asked for a lot. Anyway it tastes nice...not tea as we know it but fine.
Back in the car and Johannus has taken the middle seat for the final leg. The weather has clouded over...if only it had been this cool at the temples! Large wet spots appear on ...
... As we hadn’t been sure of getting the visas, we’d waited to the last minute to book our flights, keeping a close eye on the Air Arabia website. The day before we bought our tickets, there were lots of seats left for many flights but when we went back, all the flights were full until the 18th. The only issue was that our visas expired on the 17th. As our flight was at 4am and we’d probably go through customs at 2am, we ...