Comfort Inn President
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... denn wenn man mit dem Kopf schüttelt, denken die Inder man nickt. Auch für mich war dies anfangs sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig. Denn wenn ein Inder ja meint, sagt er 'ha' und schüttelt aber seinen Kopf. Logik?!^^.
Der Bus ist für indische Verhältnisse relativ pünktlich und hat nur 15 Minuten Verspätung. Mit DNB in den Ohren geht es in Richtung Süden. Es wird immer wärmer und wärmer, obwohl es gerade erst 10:00 ist, sitze ich mit T-Shirt und kurzer Hose im Bus. ...
... elephant carrying almost a tree load of greeny and driver strolling between ricksaws, buses, cars, and pedestrians. Our gui.de gave me money to put in his truck which he delivered to his owner. The driver was beconning GT to do the same but he didn't have any idea of what he was talking about and continued filming. I'll finish now as this keyboard is doing my head in. Lots of love ...
... is where a lot of Indians that live abroad come from. The names Patel is extremely popular in here. It is also known for the famous school of business. As our CEO said a 'very intellectual state'. It is one of the most polluted cities in India. Gujarat state is one of the only dry states in India. This links in with Mahatma Ghandi as it is the place of his ashram. Small museum relating to this. This evening went ...
... in the chutney or sambar. I have been trying hard to try all sorts of food, but I can not help it that I have already found some of my favorites.
Afternoon: After classes are done, it is a free-for-all. We all take rickshaws back to hostile. Some people play sports on campus, like soccer or volleyball, while others go to run errands at the mall or hang out in their room at the hostile. So many different activities happen during this time that it is hard ...
From Ahmadabad (Gujarat) to Bundi (Rajasthan). Looking for stepwells and forts.
The wealth of monuments in India is so extensive that it is difficult to decide on those deserving more recognition. Travelling from Jaipur to Agra years ago, I saw my first stepwell. The wells were dug to store water in the arid lands of Gujarat and Rajasthan with platforms and steps going down to the water level, variable with the amount of rain. Not only ...