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... Vibrationen, die durch die Unebenheiten ausgelöst werden, sind so stark, dass ich weder in meinem Travel-Guide lesen, noch mein Tagebuch in meinem Handy auf den neuesten Stand bringen kann.
In einer Buspause lerne ich einen sehr netten 21 jährigen Inder kennen. Zum Glück dauert die sehr unruhige Fahrt nicht allzu lang und ich erreiche um 14:00 Ahmedabad. Als wir aus dem Bus aussteigen, umkreisen mich die Tuk Tuk Fahrer wie Bluthunde. Es ist ein ...
... shrine which is a replica of Vaishno devi from Katra, Jammu and headed hurriedly to the Adalaj step well.
It was raining at Adalaj and there weren't any people around. Couldn't even make out such a beautiful place existed 50 mtrs short of where we parked the car. My heart skipped a beat to see the beautiful step well. My niece Garima and I clicked a lot of pictures and guessed the story behind each pillar and the well fictionally.The step well is intricately carved and is ...
... Not only are you flying your kite but, the strings are coated with glass powder so that you are also attempting to cut as many other kites as possible. Every time you cut one, you break into a raucous of applause and screaming. Consequently, there are kites strewn all over the city for months; until the monsoon arrives again. I found it as exhilarating as heartbreaking.
... first week, so the waiters basically know our orders by now. However, we have also found many other places such as "Bon Homie" and "Cafe Upper Crust." While "Havmoor" is traditional Gujarati Indian cuisine, "Bon Homie" has a similar menu but is much more up-scale. Their menu also includes Thai food, however I would not recommend it as it made one of my classmates sick one night. The "Cafe Upper Crust" is probably all of our favorite because it is literally like ...
My next stop was Bundi, home to many baoris and a fort and palace. I stayed at the Hadoti Palace hotel, a pleasant place with a great pool only to be seen because the water was very cold.
I went first to the Rani Ki Vav whose walls are carved with delicate figures of dancers, then to the Dhabhai Ka Kund, very different with triangular steps. At the top I saw two pavilions and I asked the guide why they were there. He told me they ...