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... Caves in Aurangabad (Maharashtra), and Kutch (Gujarat). Anuj, my family friend who helped us plan our Rajasthan (desert safari) tour last time said he would help me again. So, I just have to figure out when exactly I am traveling and for how long.
At the Mill Owner's Building, I read through all of the hand written guestbooks and typed up the best testimonies. Some of them ...
... began to remember Korean numbers and commands from Tae Kwon Do. (Kunmi, being from Korean, was very impressed and confused by my knowledge; as was I. I did not think I would ever be able to remember any of that stuff, but found that once I began, I could not stop.) We ordered Paneer Tikka Masala, Vegetable Hyderabadi Byriani, Plain Naan, and of course, a Sweet Lassi. I immediately understood why they included the word "Masala" in their title; I had never been able to taste ...
... working on our studio project for our final at 11:00 AM. We still had to print our boards out, so we rushed like crazy to finish the project and get ready for the day. When we got to CEPT, the printer room was empty, thankfully, except for a few people in our studio section. We got a chai and a Limca on the way out of campus. We grabbed a rickshaw driver to bring us to City Gold Cinema, the closest attraction to the Millowner’s Building where we were presenting. As we ...
Shalin promised to take us to the Ruins of Lothal today. We really have not read much about them, but based on the description provided by Shalin we agreed to the 2 hour drive. As with all of our drives thus **** through India the roads are both good and bad and the drive to and from is always hectic.
Sneha and Shalin came fully prepared with snacks and water. To pass ...
... much. After almost couple of hours we were the first ones out and onto our next stop - Gandhi's Ashram.
There I lost Scotty so I explored the Ashram peacefully alone... It was an interesting place, learnt a lot about Gandhi's life and I was glad to find that Scotty bought his autobiography book so I'll be able to learn about Gandhi's life some more.
Finally at around 2 pm we stopped to refuel at the Green House ...