Ghanvatkar Bunglow at Zirad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... He tells me he is Genghis Kahn's cousin. "Cool", i reply.
A man answers the appartment door, next to which is a little sign that says "Anjeli Homestay". There are people sleeping on the floor in the living room and i am relieved when he has no record of my reservation and no room for me in the girls' dorm.
... I got quite a few stares on the train and one guy who was listening to our conversation made some comment how he was happy I liked samosas etc. I am glad we rode during non peak times as I couldn't imagine how packed it would be otherwise. I think in that situation I would have opted for the ladies only cars! From the station we grabbed an auto rickshaw to get lunch. Through the day I also decided to add a street food section to my day so I ended up doing three tours in one. This ...
... out to the fort you can see in the pic. Indian ice cream is very good, so is cold caramel coffee! Women and Men queue separately for security checks, women enter a small curtained cubicle, men are frisked In public. it's probably the only time I have been in a gender queue where it's quicker to be a woman. Worth a pic! We passed a small civilian hospital, I popped my head in the front door. So sad to see, dusty, dark, bare, paint peeling off, a couple of wooden chairs and an ...
(Yee stayed over with Wai at the taj for the wedding) Me and Aarti went to south mumbai to meet her cousins. Before going I enjoyed a nice hot chai, from the chai walla, it was soo yummy and only for 5 rupees! We all went to coloba, it's quite a ...
So after our 14hr overnight train from Udaipur to Mumbai we had to wait 8hrs for our second overnight train to Goa. Eight hours is a long time to kill especially when you do not have a hotel room and are carrying 18kg on your back in mid 30 degree heat. On our first overnight train we met a lovely family who were very helpful with ideas of where to go during our transit time and also very generously offered us some lunch. The mum was a typical mumma trying to feed ...