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. - ...
... and me and my family washed the groom. In the nighttime we danced till our feet hurt and ate till our bellies were full.
It was not until the fourth day that the couple actually got married. There was a different (third) venue. The arrival of the groom was big. Music, dancing, throwing money, fireworks, you name it! The bride’s entrance was more sophisticated, she was carried in on a big swan. Unfortunately the (religious) ceremony ...
... use them not only for transporting themselves. Some people transport items their own size or even whole families.
We usually rent rickshaws every time we need to go somewhere. A rickshaw is a small taxi. They are much smaller than a car and can fit up to three passengers. Some of them have a radio; I have even seen one with disco lights. The normal price variants vitiates from city to city but is between 20-150 rupees for a couple of miles, that is about ...
... beautiful! Nice, white houses with mosques in between as far as the eye can see. Turkey seems like a good choice for a next adventure abroad. Roy and I had to wait for a couple of hours. This meant we had time for tax-free shopping and a couple of beers. Transit time seemed not so bad after all.
Our second flight was in a bigger plane and was heading to Mumbai. The plane was equipped with personal dvd-players and luxurious seats. Every passenger got a blanket and a pillow, finally ...
... 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.) ...