Bill and Sue-On Hillman:
A 50-Year Musical Odyssey
HILLMAN INDIA ADVENTURE
North India: Gallery 24c
Khajuraho Temples IV
(Part I from Canon Camera
PHOTO GALLERIES and TRAVEL NOTES
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.From the temples,
we boarded the bus to a restaurant about 10 minutes away - Ghandi’s Restaurant.
One dish was “Chicken Chowmine” and it was like shredded chicken with spaghetti
with some kind of seasoning. It was ok. Enjoyed the cucumber salad (cliced
mini cuke with lime for squeezing. Lots of soda water and water to rehydrate.
By this time, fellow traveller Dave was not feeling well at all - he was
sick from a heat stroke. He had cancelled out on the safari option (which
we had opted out of last night). So five of us went back to our palace
via SUV. We had long chats along the way about music and food.
Upon returning to Alipura we spent time in the WiFi
room trying to catch up with computer stuff.
The rest of the crew had gone on the safari (3,000
rupees each). We declined as it is also get included in the southern part
of our tour. They saw lots of antelope, and the guide had a scanner for
the tiger (tagged). It was prowling in the bushes but never did show itself.
They did catch a glimpse of a leopard. The most exciting part was the chase
for a view of the leopard over rough rutty trails. I guess it was worth
the 3000 for those who went.
Those of us who came back early had supper together
in the hotel dining room. We had butter chicken, french fries, and tandoori
chicken, which took a long time to prepare. The discusssion got a bit heated
about religion, politics, etc. We broke up the discussion and left for
the WiFi room.
Sue-On climbs to the Inner Sanctum
(See the Canon 2 series for
Meanwhile, Bill explores the
sights down below
The intrepid explorers carry
on to the other temples
Meal time at the Gandhi Cafe
not far from the entrance
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