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... multiple tourists. We agreed that he would be a little more forthcoming with our future plans though, and tell us where we were going in advance, rather than saving it all up for surprises.
The day hotel was no delightful surprise, to say the least, but it was somewhere to keep our bags and my back was grateful for that. We had "lunch" at the not delightful day hotel. That was a disaster and tasted, well, when a snack is 30p, I shouldn't really question it!!
... full house they'd be looking at around 10,000 people in here!
With the evening temp still in the mid 30's, its just a perfect way to see a film, and the families were loving it.
That is a limited but quick trip to Ahmedabad. It's going to be 44 again tomorrow, hope we can get away on time at 7.30am to beat that heat a little.
... the evening the reflection of the temple in the sacred pool around the temple is just divine. The name of the city derives of this pool, as Amrit Sarovar means 'Pool of Nectar'. The Sikh religion is one of the most peaceful ones in the world, although in general people tend to be scared of those big men with their turbans, beards and knives. The generosity of the religion can clearly be seen at the Golden Temple. There are four main gates to the complex, to indicate that ...
... and no one ever understands, so I had to introduce them so that I would not seem like a cool anymore.) Let us just say that she was as hit. At dinner, I was so excited to have Havmor's smoked paneer, tied as my favorite dish in India. Conversation was brought up about the other courses we are supposed to be taking at CEPT. I shared how much Kunmi and I enjoyed papermaking and wish that we could take it as a real class. I explained that we would not need to have a professor ...
... sets". You buy the fabric in sets, fabric for trouser, different but matching fabric for top, and again different print but matching scarf. One shop made the products on site and it was a good chance to see the block print process (see video). We got to a large shop was filled with woman shopping for wedding saris, it is wedding season. In no time set after set was being spread out in front of us. I chose a tribal print. Next we went ...