Hotel Amar Vilas
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its a very improdent hotel in indore.this is a very beatiful.
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... a 'no foreign tourist' policy, making us feel rather unwelcome. The room was the best of a very very bad bunch, just before going to sleep a little mouse scurried across the filthy floor. Good job we like mice. Good job we were leaving in the morning!
To pass the time we ventured to a modern-ish shopping center which is a rare indulgence for our travellers ...
... week) and would we like to go to the office from the airport to join in the party games.
So off we went in a car with MJ and our bags went off in another car to the hotel.
At the office we were greeted by everyone who worked there and the owner Sunil. Then we were given a tour of the building and lots of lovely snacks to eat.
Then the game started outside. An area was chalked on the ground and an upside down clay pot put in a central circle. ...
Left around 9.30am to Omkarshwar. Reached around 11 am. Caught by temple touts, vijay shelled 1000 Rs. The lying am was really small and enclosed in glass. The pimRis were standing n pouring milk. Very brief dharshan. The bridge n Narmada river was spectacular. Visited another temple on the other ...
... one of those travellers that goes to a place and can just 'tick it off' as done. Every time I go I meet annoyingly great people and locals that make me want to return. I must make a point of not making any lasting connections to any locals in Thailand, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore or Malaysia or the rest of my life I'll be spending wishing I was there or in the US, Canada or India (or home). Too much love in too many places. I digress, onto Indore ... I must say I ...
... more than 180 Rupees, or $3.00. That seemed very low to me, considering that we were gone nearly 7 hours. Go figure. I hired an English speaking guide for the tour of Mandu. His charge was about $15.00, but well worth the cost as there was so much historical information that he provided. At any rate, that is the mundane in Indore for today. Also, there are fewer cars on the road, but they drive just as ...