Chapter 15 : They told me to
That is pretty "understanding" of the police, don't you think? - I asked the blond Rasta...
Utterly confused on the extent of the information I was able to make the confused soul say...
He looked like a dear caught in headlights, he was angry, he was sad, he was everything not positive
But my question was directed in a way to answer positively, emotionless, neutral, non-judgmental
To be continued..,
When in Ahmedabad u have to try Ambika Dal wada centre for the yummiest and softest dal wada made fresh and served with freshly chopped onions, fried green chillies and lemon. My mouth is water just thinking about them again.
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Out of all the places I've reached to accidentally, this temple at Kakanmath remains my most favorite!
It is an architectural marvel. Apparently, nobody knows how is the structure still standing tall inspite of being in such a dilapidated state. Legends also believe that this place was excavated from a rubble of sand and dirt.
Of course it's a Shiva temple! 🙂💙🙏🏼
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The other day when I visited Žužemberk castle I saw the Krka River with some interesting landscape from one of its windows. My curiosity then brought me to the bridge over the River and I saw this exceptional view😍👆
Since the water of this river is rich in Carbonate, limestone start depositing on the shallow floor of the river bed and because the water flow is quite slow and steady these limestone deposits result in an artistic sills or tufa threshold which can be seen as these incredibly beautiful waterfalls. To my surprise, I come to know that it is the only river passing through Slovenian territory in which almost 90 such tufa thresholds can be found.
Since I have a thing for waterfalls it was obvious for me to go there and have a closer look😋 Believe me guys not only is the phenomenon interesting but the whole view is also awe striking😍
PS. I was super excitedly shouting and pointing towards the waterfalls when husband captured this picture 😂