Hotel Cama, Ahmedabad
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Very friendly and helpful. In the old town. Remark: Guajarat is a dry state. No alkoholic beverages, but there is a special store downstairs (unfortunately not available after 7 pm)
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... we were all stopped on the side of the road at a petrol station, I'm sure you won't be surprised to hear that the petrol station's profits increased by 250% in that hour, as we became a great attraction once again. Luckily, I picked up a pashmina type scarf in Pushkar (I don't think I mentioned that one Dad, did I?!). Anyway, it's become a great comfort when I want to hide my face and skin so that it's not quite the attention drawer. So, we had one option after half an hour of ...
... with quotations, photos and stories from his life. I really enjoyed a couple of slow hours here.
Then I went on to the lake, which from an image I had seen was a very old ornamental lake that it seemed was popular with families, I arrived and the gates welcomed me with beaming Suns.
Then as I walked inside I realised the people who recommended this to me ...
... in the hills around Rishikesh, and the walks to them are rewarding. In the middle of them you can just stop and walk to the Ganges, and relax on a beach next to the holy river. The river is quite different here then the one in Allahabad or Varanasi. There it is broad and grey, while here in the foothills of the Himalayas it is a fast-flowing blue river.
I enjoyed the daytrip to the Maharishi Ashram the most. This is the ashram where the Beatles stayed while ...
... similar to the sweetness of Frosted Flakes. While I was eating, I began to sketch for studio and caught a quickly glimpse of my camera. Aperture. I could not think of anything else; a site that was organized like the shutter of a camera lens. The central part is the most condensed and then it opens outward, rather than inward. Immediately I was intrigued by the plan's opposition to a typical mosque plan. (Most mosques have a courtyard in the center and a circulation path around ...
... Indian menu. The aesthetic of the restaurant was stunning. I tried Aloo Gobi for the first time, a cauliflower and potato dish in spicy gravy. I also had a sweet lassi that was delicious despite being different than “Havmor’s.”
Fourteenth Day in India - January 20, 2013
(Separate blog entry: "Fun at the Sun" and "Adalaj Surprise")
After we got back from our surprise-filled day, I watched "The Illusionist" with Tiff and Kunmi. It was a great ...