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... back in the useless drivers' Tuk Tuks... Apparently, it's not their fault they are useless. Ahmadabad doesn't really do tourism yet so the drivers aren't completely clued up with where things are and what not. Also turns out that Ahmadabad doesn't really do tourism because there is nothing there!!! I'll be a bit brutal here - what a waste of a stop.
The only thing we did (at all) was quite lovely. We visited The Mahatma Ghandi memorial museum and the house where he lived for ...
... with small concrete huts and the ever present cows prowling around. The exception to the concrete huts being the havelis owned by the (former) feudal owners of the surrounding village land. We stayed for two nights in one such haveli; complete with rooftop restaurant, pool and beautiful gardens. Thankfully our hotel was keen to get us out in the real village and demanded we select a "program". We opted for the adventurous sounding jeep safari tour.
Whilst the ...
... whichever part of the world, belonging to whichever religion, is welcome. Another aspect worth noting is the 'Langar', the free community dining room. In the kitchens of the temple, the devotees prepare 60 to 80.000 meals per day, for anyone who wants to come, rich or poor. Everyone has to sit on the floor, which is meant to show that everyone is equal. Even though it is made on such a big scale, the food is really nice, and I went to enjoy it a couple of times. The ...
... students could take his / her role. David said that he was impressed by how much I was thinking this out and came up with a compromise: in order to fulfill our required credits, each one of us would be able to propose a class and whoever voted for that class would be able to take it. Shortly after, everyone at the table was proposing their class, and very quickly the class setup turned into a free-for-all; everyone would make up their class and would be enrolled in it. That ...
... to get it sewn.
I'm thrilled with the results. I went for more.
KITE FESTIVAL PREPARATIONS
All over town truckloads of colorful (still empty) kite-string spools are being readied for the huge Kite Festival being held here next month. String gets special treatment and employs many people.
COWBOYS AND HERDERS DAY (December ...