Hotel Host Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and handshakes were proffered along the route.
Firstly I took Will and Natty’s recommendation and visited the Art Book centre near Ellisbridge. This was a treasure trove of a book store, with countless book on handicrafts from all over India. I was enthralled, and managed to find some great gems. Later when I checked on the internet I found the prices here were surprisingly competitive and with freight offered, this will be somewhere which i ...
... a good taster to Jainism as we were also planning to visit Shatrunjaya (near Bhavnagar) which is a set of 900 year old temples built on a hilltop and believed to be where Adinath (first teacher) got enlightenment.
Our fourth stop on this whistle stop tour was Jamma Masjid. Now we’ve become accustomed to every town or city in India having its own Jama Masjid. These always tend to be large structures built many years back and the one in Ahmedabad ...
... back to my room and worked on writing a blog post. After about an hour, most of us departed for Old Town Ahmedabad, where we would spend the day shopping and sight-seeing. This was my first time going to the Old Town market, seeing as the first time that people went, I had not arrived in India yet, and the second time that they went; I was unaware that people were going. On the way there, I was full of anticipation. Leading up to the time that we left, I had been told just how ...
... others that simply sounded like pigeons. When I finally got to the bottom-most level of the stepwell, I knew what the sound was: bats! (So while it may have sounded like I was scared of mice, those things have nothing on bats. Ever since a family vacation in Aruba, when we took a cave tour where we disturbed the bats and they attacked us, I am terrified of bats, even when they are not moving.) So I carefully, and very quickly, made my way to the back well to inspect ...
... participating if we are jumping around the room, and the girl - 6/7 years - needs A LOT of attention to participate, specifically, the only times I can get her to talk at all are when I am carrying her around like a toddler on my hip (yes, she is incredibly shy in addition to needing to be active, fun combo, right?). I can’t physically carry her for the rest of the year - I don’t have the physical strength or the emotional ...