Hotel Abu Palace
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... t become too modern and start wearing black and grey.
Amazing, delicious vegetarian food at all budget levels that very rarely disapoints. Also eating with hands... it makes so much sense.
Temples. So magical and peaceful.
Cows on the street :)
Things I will not miss are pollution, rubbish and noise!
I would like to come back again one day, especially to visit the places around the Himalaya. ...
... my street. This is moving traffic, but just barely and with a great deal of honking of horns.
The next three pictures are of the sacred tank of water that is attached to a huge temple complex very near here. One close up is of the middle of the tanks where birds are welcome and where I believe gods sometimes rest. The last close up is I believe young Krisna and his mom.
I am showing you a picture of my toilet. The toilets in this hotel ...
... how their children’s behaviour had improved and they were doing better at school. Parents in these areas will generally be uneducated so it is quite nerve racking for them to get involved in conversations about education, however, the programme includes home visits and encourages parents to be supportive. One of the mothers is doing a tailoring course at the centre during the day and was very positive about getting a ...
... settling in.
The next morning we slept in until 8:30am, grabbed a quick breakfast from the hotel's kitchen and headed for the beach. Much to Kayci's dismay, this was not a beach in which it was suitable to wear a bikini. Although the beach spanned a great distance, it was packed with markets and people. We spent a couple hours baking in the hot sun, soaking through our punjabi suits, and shopping at the beach stalls. At one of the shops I found some really pretty bangles and wanted ...