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... there. I knew that Jagdesh would be coming around 8.00am so I made do with a long breakfast and watched the city wake up.
Jagdesh was the guide/homestay owner whom I met on the last day of my previous visit to Ahmedabad. I had mentioned that I was having trouble getting an appointment for the Calico Museum. This is a museum that only accepts 15 people at a time and is by appointment only. Jagdesh succeeded where I had failed and I had returned for ...
Our epic train journey from Udaipur to Mumbai required a layover of a few hours in the capital of the state of Gujarat. Between our morning arrival and early afternoon departure we slotted in a walking tour around the historic city of Ahmedabad. The highlight was seeing how the crazy maze of streets in the old city was made up of tiny neighborhoods, called pols, containing about a dozen ...
... I asked them what they thought of the blog post that I put up the day before, they told me that they were not able to look at it, seeing as my Dad had worked late and my Mom was helping my Aunt all day. Even though I put all the effort into making sure that I could post it before I Skyped them, I understood and instead showed them all of the photographs that I had taken up to that point. They enjoyed them a lot and were glad that they were able to get the story along with the ...
... I had never been that close to any of them and now they were less than a foot away from me. It is the most memorable breakfast by far. Another typical studio day passed and then some people played soccer at CEPT. Native Indian students find it very intriguing when we begin to play sports and often want to join along. So, a group of three students joined and made it a game. While this was going on, we went to Himalaya Mall and went to the "Apple Store." This is when ...
Thol is a shallow freshwater reservoir of 7 sq km. It was declared officially in 1988.
We started out at 6 am from our home, took the highway. It is really a refreshing long drive to Thol. As we drove gradually the scene on both the sides of the road changed. Initially, long buildings and flyovers were seen then under construction belt, then village area with long stretch of agricultural lands.
The breeze was cool, the sky ...