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... money because his mother and father had died and his brother wouldn't help him.... insert whining here. Then the tomb keepers wanted even more money to show me some special tomb within the tomb but wouldn't let Diane in. They set up their own bookstore in the mosque -- everything was all about money.
Next was a stop by at the miniature Taj Mahal tomb built by the son of the guy who built the real one in Agra. It was nice but a far cry from the real ...
... in a few year's time. The sheer volume of children under the age of 10 at this site alone was astounding.
Like me, they realised that the Ellora caves were prime for a DPP and as at Ajanta, one schoolkid ask for "just one photo sir", to which I was happy to oblige. Soorej was saying most had never seen a white person before.
For the next 45 minutes I had my photo taken with various groups of teenagers ...
... getting involved, however this was completely different. The story was about a girl who's Fiance left her so he could work on his business a day before the wedding. They had planned to go to France and Amsterdam for their honeymoon and so she decided to go alone. At first she did not like Europe as it was portrayed as 'wild' and dangerous, however she made friends with a girl who wore very little others (in comparison to Indian ...
... There was a hot shower, TC with cable, room service and WiFi at the reception. We finally fell asleep at about 4.00.
The hotel had after all one big disadvantage – it was too noisy! Windows of our room were pointing to the main street. After 8.00 the street got very busy and we weren´t able to sleep because all the vehicles were crazily honking while passing our hotel.
We got up at 12.00, got ready and walked around the city of Aurangabad for a ...
... forgetten building projects strewn about. At the Tourist Office, we were told that the tour bus to Ellora (30 km away) and Ajanta (110 km) only ran when there were 15 or more people booked on the tour. Otherwise, if 4 or more people booked, a shared taxi would be arranged. When we asked how many people had booked to go to Ellora the following day, we were told 2 people had booked. Hurrah! We asked them to add our names to the list and went in search of dinner to reward ourselves. ...