Caves, caves and more caves......

Trip Start Jan 08, 2011
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Trip End Dec 20, 2011


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Ajanta exececutive - not as posh as it might sound!!

Flag of India  , Maharashtra,
Friday, March 25, 2011

Day 75 ;

McDonald's breakfast lunch and dinner!!

Train from cst to aurangabad ac 3 tier, get in! 

Day 76 ; 

So after feeling rubbish for a good 4 days I am back and feeling well which is good so I can continue annoying Phil, its true what people say when you feel unwell all you want to do is be back home! missing home a bit too much at the moment Phil however loving every minute of it.

So we got our 8 hour train to Aurangabad arrived at 12am the town still alive with people everywhere and got checked into to a poo hole, the bed you can actually feel every bar when you lay down not comfy! but we slept I think tiredness takes over.

Got up bright and early, light everywhere and noise we headed to find internet to sort out out onward journey but no not that simple there is a power cut for the next hour great! next step in a tuk tuk to central bus stand to get a state bus to Ellora caves. 

Ellora caves - well worth the vist, some of the most amazing views, with structures (Hindu, Buddhist, Jain) carved into the volcanic ridge, Amazing! so so beautiful not a lot more I can say so ill let the pictures to the talking for me. We seemed to be the main attraction for a few of the Indian tourists asking to take pictures of us which we found a little strange and normally say no to but let them take a few today.

Had a really cool ride back in a jeep - good fun and got to see the views properly.

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Jenny Newsom on

Hi Phil and Claire - Peter send my the link as we went to some of the places you are visiting and it has been lovely to see the photos and hear about your travels. And I rememebr being ill in India too! A great experience! Jenny

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