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I don't like Ahmedabad. I don't feel safe here Ghandi's Ashram was very intereseting as were the Kite and City Museums, but I can't wait to get away Luckily the hotel is nice and comfy and close to the stationso we can makeour getawy tonight to Udaipur
... Japanese Temple, Peace pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling Ropeway Ride, Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center, Tea Estate
Staying in Darjeeling
... that I was in pain and stopped. After being weighed, he explained what medications I needed to get from the pharmacy and that he would like it if I would get my blood taken to see if there was anything else wrong with me. He then instructed us to come back tomorrow to get our blood results and that the man taking our blood should be here in less than 10 minutes. The amount of people in the waiting room was unbelievable. None of us were sure where we were going to get our blood ...
... Niraj, a classmate, told us that he had been invited by three of the family members to go back to their house for a party that night and that we were all invited also. So, when we got back to the hostile, we changed and set ground rules for this party: if any male hit on one of us females and made us feel uncomfortable, we should pretend that one of the 4 guys were our boyfriends. Once we talked strategy for our first Indian party, we headed to the street to wait for the cars ...
... we could get acclimated with our surroundings. We stopped and ate at a street stand, not quite sure what we ate but I am sure that sooner or later me and the toilet will become very good friends. For dinner we ate at Curries - food was delicious and not as spicy as I was anticipating. We had Paneer and Naan bread - all good stuff.
The fun stuff - meeting different people, watching the ...