Epsilon The Hotel
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... and we do not remember, but possibly at CEPT before she left for the US. Anyways, it was great to exchange stories and experiences with her. We also talked about the exchange student for this year, Zill, and her current attempt at finalizing all of the paperwork, which is proving to be a struggle, just like Neha. She was just as nice as I had heard from people back at school who lived with her. (She subletted for Niraj while he was here). It was great to be back at ...
... much. Rather, I learned it the hard way. When deciding what to order, there was no doubt that it was a steamed white rice kind of night. When we were served, the manager came over to ask why I did not want anything else with the rice. He understood and served me a couple scoops of the rice; way more than I was able to eat. After about 4 or 5 bites, I was done. I sat there quietly, waiting for everyone to finish their meals. One of my classmates suggested that I headed back to ...
... pasta, and a white sauce. It was very creamy but so different from the foods that I had been eating recently that it was perfect. After we met the others back at the hostile at 2:00 PM, we all headed to get rickshaws to head over to Old Town Ahmedabad to our friend Skye's friend’s house to celebrate Kite Day. Skye is a professor teaching a 2 week writing course at CEPT and just happens to be staying at the Presidency Enclave also. When we got to the festival, we found out ...
... the plane took off and before I knew it I had arrived in Ahmedabad. I was met at the airport by Sahaj and Vishal and driven to Sahaj's place which he shares with his wife, Priyanka and beautiful 11 month old daughter- this was where I stayed. After settling in and eating a delicious lunch, the ladies of the house went shopping in a quite fancy mall.. you even had to be frisked by security to enter! After shopping, it was time to get dressed up in traditional clothing for the ...
The food - it goes without saying that I love Gujarati food, given that I grew up on it. Gujarati food is traditionally vegetarian, and some of the most healthy in India, using very little Ghee (clarified butter, used in the North), and also little oil (used in the South), and places special emphasis on 'pulses' - grains and daals. I specially sought out 'thalis', which is a meal of several small dishes served in small bowls arrayed on ...