Hotel Baba Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... or gender have an equal voice. They have organized a garbage collection and recycling service and made each resident responsible for keeping the street in front of their home or business clean. They have built a treated water system with four taps located around the village.
The impact has been dramatic. Most villages we've passed through, or even many neighborhoods in larger cities, seem pretty dismal places to our western ...
... to the left was an upper and lower bunk [1 + 2]. To the right was and upper, middle and lower set of berths on the far side [3-5] and the same on the near side [6-8]. I was in 7.
Jenny had a bottle of Gordon's gin. Anuj said you are not allowed to drink on the train. She and Marcella had one with the bit of tonic Jenny had. Susie, Mary and ...
... It was a comfy recliner and the hours passed quickly. I'm purposefully not giving Ahmedabad its own page in my blog as it's not even worth the effort. On arriving we were a few km away from town (as always) and were besieged by touts all wanting the white people's business. After cutting their starting price down to a quarter of the original we arrived in the centre. Here's where we found that every single guesthouse was full due to Indian holidays. ...
... yet only 30p for a 45 min journey, bargain. The winning factor is it's all air conned so you can actually enjoy the views without feeling like you're going to faint. Time was trickling away fast so as soon as we got off the metro we practically ran to meet Rajesh. This involved crossing a busy main road as we came out the wrong exit at the station. In England this would be hard, let alone in Delhi, it's pretty much suicide. Of course, we were careful and made it but ...
... Moore. Watching the Bond film while in the city it was filmed and having just seen all the sights was pretty cool. Our last day in "chill town" was one of my favourites so far. I slept in till 10:15 and then enjoyed a hot pot of chai on the rooftop with a couple fried eggs on toast writing post cards realizing it was another magnificent way to start a Monday! I can certainly get used to this. Around 11:30am Matt and I finally got ourselves moving and made it to ...