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Hasn't been a good day in Ahmedabad. I've been curled up in a ball in 110 degree weather and not feeling so hot. Must be something we ate:(. Hiral also had the same problem that started 6 hours before. This was followed by a 6 hour car ride to Surat which really was not a good time considering me feeling like total ****! I don't have a whole lot more to say right ...
... After the half chewed dead mouse in Panaji, am excited to see what will fall out of the sky next.
Next stop, the sandstorms and camels of the desert.
Times when I got told off by an elderly Australian woman: 2
Handfuls of opium tea slurped by Matt before he was told to stop: 6
Backpacker game score: Victoria- 3, Matt- 1
Cost of our budget room in Jodhpur: 700 rupees (dirty towel and hair balls, no extra cost)
... ones I had done in Rishikesh, so that's a good thing as well. Two weeks of 'resting' made me a bit restless, so it was time to move around a bit again, I went on a 3-day trip to Kutch with Rohan. Kutch is the Western part of Gujarat, in the Southern area of the Pakistani border. First we went to Bhuj, a small city with a few palaces of the royal family. There has been a big earthquake in Gujarat in 2001, in which 10% of Bhuj's population died. The remnants of the earthquake ...
I KNOW! I KNOW, super behind on logs. But, here's a lenghthy one, to make up for it.
I spent ten days claustered in a stunningly beautiful 400 years old house, in Ahmedabad. It was there that Pratima was born. This is her story.
Originally, when I planned my trip to India I was to land in Mumbai and from there take a North-East route, through Ahmedabad-Delhi-Calcutta. But, when I told Leslie (Abhi's wife) she said I MUST make it to the Kite Festival, in Ahmedabad, in ...
... to small area in front of the house. The extended family lives communal style. Shyly the woman peeked at us through their sheer scarfs they pulled over their face. It took a little while, but soon they all surrounded us and chai was served on saucers, their custom. We met the great grandparents as well. Many smiles and through Jagdish we were able to learn many interesting things about these people. The great grandmother’s arms ...