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... lunch with his wife and family. We were both very excited.
We were picked up by MJ and Ashish from the office again and taken to the house. Once again the hospitality we received from Sunil was first class. We received a really warm welcome and met his mother, his wife and his daughter (who truly is a daddy's girl). And best of all, Diksha was there too.
Sunil showed us around his beautiful home whilst the ladies put the finishing touches to lunch which was a ...
... dharshan here. Had lunch at roadside dhabha roti sabji. Drove to Maheshwar . Many small temples near the water nothing special. We took the boat ride. Small temple in the middle of the water. Ahalya bai fort was spectacular. Felt like should go back in time n see the queen watching the river from her ...
We left Indore around 9.30am reached ujjain 10.30 am 1 mahakaleshwar temple - laghu abhishekam 2 har siddhi mata temple Ghat Kalika temple 3. Kalabhairav temple offered red stag 4. Sandipani ashram balarama krishna sudama school 5 mogalnath temple mars planet 6 Chintaman Ganesh temple Lunch 7 varbijasan mata temple 8 bade ganapathi temple Tea break 9 Annapurna temple 10 vaishno devi ...
... and I went on the roof where she liked to go as the water puddled up to make her a 'swimming pool' with a view of the Indore rooftops. I told her that dipping my feet in the water is pretty much all I'd do in Goa and we both agreed that the rooftop was basically Goa. So it's fine, I went to my Goa. We talked about how we were life twins - both 21, CODAs, one hearing brother and both are slightly obsessed with Deaf culture and both are ambitious to make change in our local ...
... but there are priorities. The waiters are always very friendly and willing to give suggestions. Today the head waiter asked if he could bring over a different Indian food for me to try. It was like a very thin crepe rolled on an iron - almost looking like a krumkakke (norwegian), except that it was made with lentils and rice. The Norwegian version is made with lots of sugar, cream, butter, etc. Tipping is ...