Epsilon The Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad
... communal urinal but for women, defiantly not a highlight from the trip so far! I couldn't wait to get back on the dirty bus for another 3 hours! Eventually we arrive in Ahmedabad, to say it was a **** hole would be an understatement! It was the ugliest filthiest place we've ever been and I don't think it helped that it was dull and raining. When we got off the bus we got in to tuk-tuks to take us too our hotel, as we ...
... install the piece at their gallery instead. They would pay me $900, materials, accommodations, transportation, a studio and assistant, and they would keep the piece, afterwards. Not a fair deal by any means as, they could sell that piece for quite a lot more. After some negotiating we agreed on a share but I was growing increasingly uneasy about the whole thing. For one, the gallery owner wouldn't talk to me. She would call but never leave a message. They didn't have ...
... day when I was told that it was hot. I have never had warm milk before, and seeing it was warm in India, I was worried, but it is delicious and is completely safe. In addition to the cereal, there is always bread and butter, hot chai, freshly made, and instant coffee. The other components of breakfast differ per day. Sometimes the chef makes rice or Dhokla, a spongy yellow cake served with chutney. No matter what it is, it has a lot of spice and is quite spicy. It took ...
... the place I was raving about.
Good news at the school is they have finally assigned a full-time teacher to grade 2! I know I haven’t written about this much, but we have had a string of four different people coming in to fill in for grade 2 (the grade the boy with Autism is in - therefore, the class I’m in most of the time) after the first teacher didn’t work out for one reason or another. The kids have had little to no ...
... by hosting things like this during different celebrations. As we left we all giggled at the fact that we were acting like we were underage again. Heading back to the hotel to drink in the courtyard and call it a night.
The weddings here are multiple days and rich with tradition. There is symbolism in everything that is done. To begin, we arrive at the family’s house to be greeted by a marching band that will lead us dancing through the streets while ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking