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... actually more than 20 different caves that we explored. The oldest one with many paintings and carvings dated back to the 2nd century BC! I'm feeling a bit stuffed up in my nose and may be catching a little cold, and the constant dust and pollution doesn't help too much but I'll be ok. Now we are just resting at the hotel before going back out for dinner with Mangesh and probably one of his friends. It's nice having ...
... and that she 'had so much respect for me'. It was a very humbling experience I must say and I was very pleased I had made their day. Women also believe touching us is 'good luck' and walking down a crowded street sometimes I would feel women touching my clothes and arms no matter how sweaty and disgusting I may have been. They also wanted all their babies to be held for us so no matter how reluctant the baby was, they were forced into our arms.
... hire a tuk-tuk. While the bus ticket costs IR 30 per head, the tuk-tuk driver charges IR 700 for the entire day (round trip + waiting time). Since we felt quite fresh we decided to go for another local experience and travel by bus. The bus was so full that we had to stand all the way from Aurangabad to Ellora. Besides that, the bus was very old and didnīt seem to be in perfect roadworthy conditions. The road was extremely bumpy and the driver wasnīt driving just slowly. The ...
... friend Godders could surpass), that he decided we were taking the local bus again (which takes 3 hours). So, another hot, sweaty and bumpy 3 hours later and we were at the Ajanta Caves, famous for their beautiful cave paintings.
We paid a (compulsory) amenities fee, to walk through a ramshackle old market and then another (compulsory) fee to get a short bus ride to the actual cave entrance and then the actual fee to get into the caves. It was very hot by this time, and ...
... and Sonia managed to break the ice and play Rock Paper Scissors and some Indian games with them. It was really sweet to watch. Sonia is starting to feel a little under the weather, so we will have to see how hard we push it tomorrow. We are scheduled to go to the Ellora caves which are supposed to be even more spectacular than Ajanta, so we'll see. Hopefully a good nights sleep will do the ...