Hotel Sun 'n' Shine
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... shop: Sprite Large bottle of water Bag of crisps = 70 rupee/£0.70 At the palace next door we were able to use their wifi, so we contacted everyone to let them know all was ok! After failing to find somewhere to have a traditional tahli for dinner, we opted for a small restaurant down the road. Then it was an early night again for us. - ...
... So when we arrived we got picked up by my uncle and cousin, the father and brother of the groom. As soon as we unpacked in the hotel we got a visitor: Vimlafai, my aunt from Veenendaal. Being around family was characteristic of the whole stay.
The first two days we were shopping for (traditional Indian) clothes, something that would not have been possible without the help of my uncles and aunts. The results can be found in the photo series. ...
The food in India is really nice. Traditional Indian food consists of a variety of different (mostly vegetarian) dishes. Some have the consistency of soup, they’re called dhal. Most people use dhal as a sauce on their rice. There are also a lot of different curries’, they are eaten with naan-bread or a pancake-like something called roti. Side dishes are mostly salads, chutney’s (or pickle’s) and small sweets. When ...
... to sleep well. From the window of the plane there was a clear view of the wonderful city of Istanbul again, this time it was at night. A movie and a meal later we fell asleep.
We woke just before landing in Mumbai. The first image from the window wasn’t as clear as the one of Istanbul, Mumbai was full of smog. On the ground everything was at least as dirty as it looked from the air. The beautiful scenery of Turkey changed into the dirty looks of Mumbai.
... that we couldn't manage another bite.
After a round of chai and yet more nougat, Parth took us around the local sights; a lake and local places of worship (including an interfaith church with Jesus in the lotus position above the alter). That night, Krunnal's mate Prince treated us to dinner at a famous cricketer's restaurant, and introduced us to paan (a bundle of leaf from the betel tree which you chew and spit - we all struggled a bit with this.) ...