Ywca Guest House
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... as well as cheese, lemon pie, chocolate bread, etc. Seems like some sort of French Touch remains there!
- We also understood how to eat with hands and which juices to order in the food court so we can enjoy Indian food (which is what we do) on a daily basis!
- Got invited by our Japanese boss to a great Japanese restaurant where we ate sashimi, etc (who would have guessed we could have enjoyed that in India)!
Besides that, we just ...
... excusions: Rajasthan had killed the tourist drive in us. Instead, we spend almost all day in Suresh's house, cooking banana pancakes and topping it off with date syrup we found at a local supermarket (yummmm!), using the internet, eating more good food that Suresh brought us home for lunch, and doing laundry (thank god for washing machines!). Midway through the day Ben reminded us that it was St. Patty's day, and so left the house in search ...
... and sound of India started to hit me. Throngs of people waiting for loved ones, signs indicating who others were waiting for and men hawking their taxi service were everywhere. Keep in mind it was 3 am. It was very busy considering the time of day. As we walked through the people with our porters (I am not sure what else to call them as they were the guys taking our luggage to the taxi that we had hired – I have never considered myself a person who would ever have ...
... it all. I took a deep breath of relief, welcoming the thick spicy rancid air into my lungs and smiled. I couldn’t begin to distinguish the multiple sources of the aroma, but somehow, as it melds together in my nose, it works.
Walked through Train Station
Wander through Court House Compound
Met local man in late 70s, named Bawani, a ...