Hotel Mount Regency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and is lit up at night, which is when I saw it. But I think the real draw is the market surrounding the Charminar. It is freaking huge. It's also extremely crowded and well known for pick pocketing. I did not get out of the car. Just had the driver go by for the pictures. But the market really did look interesting, there were so many cool looking stalls! We passed sections of the market that would just sell one item type for several stalls, like a whole row of shoe ...
... absolutely nothing has descriptions so I've been playing it rather safe I think. However, crispy corn may be my new favorite thing. Fried corn kernels with some spices. It has quickly become a local go to for me. Also, all the bread products are great. I am in love with both naan and roti of various types. This is certainly not a place to come if you are attempting to cut carbs or anything like that. So, as I said, pretty uneventful for the first couple of weeks, but still alive over ...
... of nowhere and bum **** Rajasthan, it started to splutter and stall. Noooo waaaayyyy... Come on random deity in the window, do your ******* job! The driver managed to limp it to a roadside restaurant where about 90 minutes of doing stuff to the engine that appeared to involve spanners meant it could be steered around the corner to the nearest temple so the driver and the conductor could indulge ...
... with the sense of rejuvenation.
We had lunch at Palanpur, place called Sankalp, which is known for its south Indian food. WE reached ahmedabad in evening and ready for the routine on next day.
That's all for now.
... home to 5 crocodiles. We didn't see any until the last second when a bubbling mound rose to the surface of the lake, finally seeing a croc! We saw lizards, parrots, birds, butterflies, dragonflies. Our guide found a wild chicken that was stuck in a fishing line, with the help of my trusty Swiss army knife I happened to have on me (thanks Kim) we set it free. We ended our morning walk at 12.30pm and met Anita for lunch.
At 5.30pm we met back up with the ...