Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad
... Ahmedabad. On the ground floor, there was a delightful Kite Museum, which described the detailed history of kites.
... point that tears were in our eyes. I failed TERRIBLY! Let us hope that my acting in that scene does not make it into the episode, seeing as it was bad. But, everything else was very fun!
I hope you enjoyed this little snip-bit of the day and my adventures as a newly found actress. Enjoy the pictures, especially the ones toward the end (right before the photos of me and Turin) ...
... a scarf, tunic / dress, and a pair of very Indian pants.There are about 50 stalls, so you can imagine just how long it took us to make our way through all of them. It was a great time though; a great way to experience all types of people in a short amount of time. After making our way through all of the vendor’s stalls, we headed across the street to “Havmor Ice Cream.” As we were all trying to figure out what to order, a flavor called "pista kolfi" caught ...
... appearance! (a friendly thought for all the red headed people of the world - ha!). This is what the author must have meant by making his hair red in the first place (etc)).
Other people presented other perspectives on the story - the role of the woman is to fear and respect a man, the location of the house in the countryside meant isolation of the mind, and more ideas and how they came together to create the same story - and as we presented those ideas ...
... shopping and fill the kitchen on my own, cooking for myself... reminiscent of Georgia already. Apparently, they live on the floor above and have the apartment I am in for long term guests, like me. The difference is that I have a flat-mate this time. A lovely woman with an infectious smile named Pata lives in the flat too. She speaks only a little English, but we get along well, and I'm looking forward to the company. Pata works at ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service