Hotel Ritz Inn
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... me, as if I would be an exotic animal in a zoo. Although none is really the English language powerful, all are very friendly to me, nevertheless a very amusing situation. But the bus already comes there.
Every time it is not called the city is large, is it riesig^^ the city has an extent of approx. 80 km and it is so enormous that the bus has its own locked roadway. Fortunately, otherwise we would never come through the traffic chaos. Of all! Sides come ...
... of strangers' beaming faces... We were warned by a passerby about mugging, and admittedly a shadowed riverbank after dark probably wasn't the wisest diversion to have taken, but everybody was almost suffocatingly friendly to the point it was hard to escape without at least one child having curled up in your pocket.
One thing that struck us yet again was the unsympathetic 'dog eat dog' mature of these cities. Yourself must come first if you are to survive life. ...
... like a mix between “Bon Homie,” “Meritorious Restaurant,” and “Outback Steakhouse.” When we got to our seats, we noticed that the tables were surrounded by benches and leather cushions and pillows (as close to leather as you will get in India). When we sat down, we all knew it was going to be a good meal when the waiters took a piece of the table out, creating a large hole in the tabletop. They had an extensive list of Mock-tails sitting in a ...
... as an individual, not as a Christian. After this unbelievable experience, a typical day of school occurred. I had my first experience in the printer room at CEPT, my first experience at the stationary shop, and my first experience being frightened in India when a second year architecture student dropped my camera off my desk during a critique. I nearly had a heart attack but it ended up to be okay. After this experience, I went to pick up my passport photos and had ...
... in Gujarati.
That first well was the Chand Baori in Abhaneri, and I was so impressed that now I try to see the wells near my travels. That was the reason why when I was in Ahmadabad in October 2012 I went to Adalaj, 18 km. away, to visit the Adalaj Vav. It was built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai with five levels and steps descending over thirty meters to the water.
It is a spectacular example of Indo-Islamic architecture, with walls full ...