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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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The handicraft exhibits date from the 17th century and are predominantly related to religious worship. There are amazingly old and intricate brocades, embroideries, silk saris, shawls and wall hangings amongst others. Highlights for me were the Patan Patola Silks, historic tie dye from Gujarat, parts of the old Havelis from Ahmedabad and the old Jain Manuscripts. There were also Tibetan arts, Buddhist arts, crafts from Kashmir, Orissa ...
As I am sitting here taking a break from finishing up my packing, I am beginning to realize just how blessed I have been during this whole experience, especially in the last 4 days. These are the last memories that I will make in India. Here is how they played out:
Thursday / 4 Days
We had our final / last review and B.V. Doshi, India's most famous architect who can be considered equivalent to Frank Lloyd Wright in America, called ...
... before. We were hot commodities; more than usual, something that I never thought to be possible. As we walked through the Teen Darwaza, the large 3 arches into Old Town Ahmedabad, built in 141 AD, (if I had known that then, I would have walked much slower and looked at all the details instead of just running through it), it felt like we were walking into a place where all of the people in India were shopping. No number of warnings could have prepared me for just how ...
... and take my photos. When we were done in the stepwell, we went to the mosque in the back of the complex and were able to walk around there. Again, "no photos" but by now you know that we do not listen very well. We all figured if we get kicked out, then we do. But we may only see these places once, and we do not want to ever forget them, or the memories that we make at the places. Tiffany, Giana, and I then went back to the Kite Festival area but went could ...
Part 3 of my registration is now done, and there is nothing more for me to do to stay here in India until February when I need to get my visa extended. Huzzah!
I went to the office with another teacher/friend from the school to get there for my 11:30 appointment, expecting to be seen right away. HA! We waited for 30 minutes then were told that the interviews weren’t happening until 13:30, so ...