Greenwoods Lake Resort & Spa
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children also can profit from them.
I was fascinated just to see how
communication between the kids and between children and teachers is
going on, without a word...
For me, it was good that at least this
time my hand- food-communication was somehow useful. Most impressive
was the dance lesson, which all kids enjoyed very much. They moved in
the rythm of the ...
We started early morning after breakfast at Hotel Mansingh, Ajmer. Breakfast was good and that was a good respite from poorly maintained rooms.
We headed towards Digambar Jain Temple, and Soni Ji ki Nasiya. It was pleasant surprise and I would say it is the must visit place for Jains and others. Thousands of pieces crafted in copper, metal and Gold, arranged to form the life story of Lord Adinath, the first ...
... down the best meal that I have had in India so far (possibly even one of the best restaurants that I have ever been to).
Sixteenth Day in India – January 22, 2013
The morning began by having a breakfast date with the Bell’s. It is always great to talk to them one-on-one. It brings me back home to Saturday mornings with Mom and Dad. We talked about many things along the lines of ancestry, religion, church, and family. I explained to them that it ...
... to order anything because of how temperamental my stomach is at home with American "McDonald's," so I stuck to fries and a drink. The lunch went well, no one got sick, but it was not that easy. After everyone went through precautions to make sure that no mayonnaise or cheese were on any sandwiches, the workers put ice in our sodas. A few of us did not realize at first and so we quickly exchanged our sodas for ones with no ice. Once this little adventure was ...
First off - a side note: The Indian dialect, as well as Gujrati dialect are very melodic and that cadence persists particularly when a Native Indian speaks English. I have noticed that I have had a little difficulty following group conversations (I am one of the two non-Indians in the group - the other is from Senegal) particularly when certain people speak, and I finally realized that it is for 2 reasons: their cadence is all ...