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Tuesday 28th January 2014
- So-so nights sleep on the train as it was difficult to get comfortable. Amazingly, the train arrived early by 10 minutes into Ahmedabad Junction at 4:15am! We left the train station and walked down Relief Road to the centre of the old city, ignoring the numerous tuktuk drivers and hotel touts.
- Once in the centre, we went to five different budget hotels, all but the last one were "full", or basically they couldn't ...
... while I am gone. I will be praying for everyone at home. This time too, prayers are welcome.
Peace, Love, and Adventures,
Here it is:
April 6, 2013
Depart at 4:30 AM from hostel for flight to Chennai
Visiting Dakshina-chitra, Kapeleeshwar Temple, St. Andrew's Kirk, Fort Museum Beach
Staying in Chennai
April 7, 2013
Depart for ...
... and others were sick. So, after talking to David, we all came to the conclusion that we were not going to present, but rather listen to our other classmates share their ideas. After listening to the others present, we went and got a Maaza and a Limca to take a break from all of the wonderful ideas. After we headed back to the presentations, we realized that the presentations were done, so we, again, headed back down to grab lunch. Kunmi, Shane, and I ordered the lunch ...
... have been 40 games, all overlapping and helping each other find the ball when it disappeared into the verge or over the fence, which it did frequently. They took no notice of us, which suited us just fine and we sat and I tried to explain LBW and other mystifying cricket rules to Orion. I didn't do a very good job. And then it was time to head to the airport for our flight to ...
... to Delhi. It’s on the edge of the Thar Desert and has historically been a major focus in the trade route between India and Pakistan. However due to recent relations with Pakistan and the growth of port cities such as Kolkata and Mumbai, Jaisalmer is relying more and more on tourism as an income. It truly is a beautiful city all the buildings are made from Sandstone and the detail remarkable. The guesthouse we stayed had a roof terrace, where you can sit of an evening and watch ...