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Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad
... of our hostel.
Okki, Niraj, and I went to Old Town for the last time.
I learned how to make Indian dishes from Dipti.
I rode on a 2-wheeler and made rotli by myself for the first time.
I went to my first Indian concert.
I stayed over Dipti and Anuj's house.
Sunday / Last Day
I had poha and morning chai for the last time in India.
Our group went to lunch with some friends for the last time.
I got ...
... before. We were hot commodities; more than usual, something that I never thought to be possible. As we walked through the Teen Darwaza, the large 3 arches into Old Town Ahmedabad, built in 141 AD, (if I had known that then, I would have walked much slower and looked at all the details instead of just running through it), it felt like we were walking into a place where all of the people in India were shopping. No number of warnings could have prepared me for just how ...
... take photos with us. The amount of people there was overwhelming and for the first time, I truly understood the lack of personal space in India due to the amount of people. In between taking photos with everyone and trying to walk through the crowds, we were able to see the most beautiful huge kites. When we pulled over to the side to take some photos of the kites, a man walked up to me and asked the typical questions: Where are you from? What is your name? Why are ...
... was pretty calm since most of them have been through the process before and some were ‘too cool’ to be impressed by fun and games. Ha!. I manned the ‘Tattoo Culture’ stall another teacher and I had created and we could almost see their opinions and stereotypes of tattoos changing as we had our conversation with them. That was pretty awesome. Generally when they came up (in their groups of 8ish) most would say ...
... br> I gave Mrunal a call to see when he would be picking me up. He didn’t pick up so I sent him a text. I discovered a school for young children on the edge of the Ashram while I waited for his response. Several western volunteers sat with children or roamed the grounds. One Indian guy about my age, from England, urged me to go inside. A large drawing of Om on a chalkboard encompassing other religious symbols characterized the ...
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