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... 1008 ladoos (round indian sweets) into a fire! I felt like I was at an American Indian sweat camp. Of course the day we leave it rains and the weather is actually pleasant. Off to Bombay to meet some fam for a quick lunch. I even got to meet Ashwins baby for a whole 20min Now I'm off to catch a flight to Dubai. Leaving the hubby behind to have some real fun. Hiral...you will be missed. See you on the other ...
... our large ship could not enter the river or sail far enough to reach the port city without assistance. Upon learning this, it was decided that we would pay some of the local fisherman and merchants to guide our ship through the dangerous waters and shoals.
The next morning, several local captains, attracted by the high fees foreign merchants pay to be guided safely, arrived to ...
My visit to Surat has nothing much to talk about apart from the fact that I was solely there to visit a friend of mine. Originally, I intended to go directly to Ajmer from Mumbai, but then I felt I had to see Udaipur on the way. So to reach Udaipur, I knew I had to pass through Gujarat. Then, I felt that if I had to pass through Gujarat, I might as well halt at some place there just to get a feel as to how Gujarat looks like. I wanted to see why o why, is India so ...
Spent a very short time in Vanesa, which is where Hirals dad is from. Since they are building a new house there...we were sent to do some interior decorating. This task actually made us excited to build our own home...but I'm not sure exactly when that's going to happen. Otherwise just a really quiet gam (gujurati for village) with not a whole lot going on but were able to see Hirals extended ...
... caves. Stunning stunning stunning. The caves here date from 200BC and were rediscovered by a British tiger hunting party in 1819. The artwork in some of the caves is incredible. I wandered around the site for hours and hopefully the photos will show how truly spectacular both locations are. I'm sure a Google search will provide much more detail if you'd like to know more. As for you Mr Evans, a museum has recently opened ...