Dudawat Hotel

Address: Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380009, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, is near Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, Adalaj Step-well, Calico Museum of Textiles, and Shanku's Water Park.
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Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad

Day 3: Ahmedabadi Errands

A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Dec 20, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... all of the information from the old ATMA website to the new one that I am creating. Chai time was held in Mr. Shukla's office next door and we talked about our families again. He noticed on his phone that my photo was part of my contact. He was confused because that photo is of me without glasses, which I had only seen me in person in due to the contact incident. He asked if I looked more like my Mom or Dad so I showed him a couple of the three of ...

Week 4: Illness, Preparation, and Exercise

A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 28, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... to be able to watch them during the 5 hour bus ride (each way) to Palitana on the upcoming Sunday. I grew majorly concerned that they would not be downloaded in time. Thankfully, a call from Nilesh snapped me out of it. He said that the only problem was a pending statement. My phone worked perfectly a couple hours later. In the meantime, I continued to blog until 4:00 PM rolled around and it was almost time to head back to the doctor's for our blood test results. This time, we had ...

Week 2: Kites, Shopping, and Surprises

A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 21, 2013

2 comments, 70 photos

... make Tyler go through first because he was a man. But, that did not happen. Instead, a man wearing a formal suit and official pins walked out through the metal detector and was saluted by two policemen standing opposite of us. We still do not know who the man was, but afterwards, we were all super excited that we may have seen someone important in government. When we got to the waiting room, we were asked to move into the “Canteen” were we would be able to buy chai while ...

Falling in love with India

A travel blog entry by kisolberg on Oct 17, 2012


... The meaning of simplicity here is that there are less restrictions and rules to shape your life through. Well...there are some rules (for example, rules of the road) but they are more like guidelines or suggestions. Health insurance isn’t as much of an issue, nobody worries about their 401K or regular doctor visits and the road rules that ARE there aren’t really enforced - even driving on the proper side of the road isn’t ...

Characters on the train

A travel blog entry by jas_lucy on Feb 27, 2012

One of our more memorable train trips needs a quick mention here. On the advice of Fion, we decided to shun the A/C classes and go for the much cheaper non A/C carriages - a wise decision and one that enabled us to met some very interesting characters. Our favourite would have to be the toothless elderly man who sat behind us on the way up to Amehamebad.

As neither Jas nor I can remember his name we ...