Andrea's posts from December 2007

A World Heritage Site. I guess I will have to dig up some history for a little background to make this post sensible. All I can talk about off the cuff is the…

Some of the charming things you can find in India. This place is where I stayed when I went to visit the Ajanta Caves.

7.30am-7.30pm. That was my day. 110km isn't much for many touring cyclists, but it was a lot for me. Especially considering the state of the road, the hills,…

Indian hospitality, even from strangers, can blow you away sometimes. This meal is one of the best I had the pleasure to eat in India. I rode into a small town…

After this town I was heading off in some comparatively wild territory for about 150kms. There were two roads that I was willing to choose between but everyone…

The highlight of my days in Maheshwar was a game of badminton I played with the kids in the street. Alas, no pictures. Another highlight was the marmelade at…

Maheshwar is famous for its handloom weaving (amongst other things). Except the little boy, I met these weaving families and was possibly made so welcome by…

Maheshwar is such a charming town. I didn't take half as many photographs as I should have. There are things I just didn't try to shoot, and should have. I…

Mandu is a small town with quite a lot of Moghul ruins. You can easily spend a couple of days getting around to see them all.
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