Lemon Tree Premier; The Atrium, Ahmedabad
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Arriving in Ahmedabad at 5.30am was not pleasant, but it was a blessed relief to get off that stinking bus. I could see from the windows (the bits not obscured by vomit) that this city was different to many I had visited. The roads were wider, generally in good condition, lacking wandering livestock and relatively clean.
I managed to find an auto rickshaw which sped through the city to the Kameron Palace, the hotel the American ...
... everything from shoes to bags to little trinkets. I saw a bag that I really liked: it had a nice Indian vibe without screaming I am a tourist. (I have learned to base my purchases and how "tourist-y" something is based on whether or not I have seen a native wearing something similar.) I asked how much it was and he said it was 480 rupees. I told him that I could not do that because if I did so, I would not have enough money to get home in a rickshaw. So, after bartering with him for ...
... then I called her to wish her Happy Birthday and tell her about her new Son-In-Law and grandchildren. What a great birthday present!
Thank you for living my first week with me! There were so many things that I learned about myself and India. I have uploaded the photographs from the first week. Unfortunately, they are not the best quality, so if you are interested in seeing any of them in a clearer format, please let me know and I will send them to you.
... to swallow down some freaking spicy rice pulao for dinner and some more reading. The surroundings of the train station are packed by homeless people all around, not really the most pleasant place to wait. But this is India, anyway, there are not really many pleasant places to be specially around cities, and I was already getting used to the ...
... They we used face painting crayons to allow them to tattoo themselves/friends with whatever they wanted. As they realized how widespread tattoos are and how founded in culture and history many of them are, they seemed to be a bit more accepting of them. Task - accomplished. The students had some great thoughts on what tattoos could represent too: heritage, works of art, personality, family. All without me saying anything about that. These ...