Lemon Tree Premier; The Atrium, Ahmedabad
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... third on the way will be. Alone travel is genuinly mad, one is completely independent and can make which one wants. Often is it like that that I have still no notion, which I at the same! Day will still make where I the next hours and/or. the night will spend. Absolutely flexibly and spontaneously! All the more one is pleased, if a certain “fixer” expiration exists, at least for a few days.
I tighten the curtain of my Schlafkabine and try to few hours a sleep to ...
... is a 500 year old well with very elaborate 6 flights of stairs and platforms to get to the well. The architecture was so intricate. It was beautiful. We also went to the Gandhi ashram. This was Gandhi's home for many years where he met with many world leaders. Such a simple little home. The little museum there was very informative. We also visited several local temples in town which were ...
... about to break the chain. I went for the deserts, which they had so many of. I had a small scoop of vanilla ice cream, some pantua, which taste exactly like pancake balls in syrup, a sliver of white forest cake, and some fresh pineapple. I must admit, out of all the deserts, the pineapple was my favorite; something that I have not had since the summer. So came round 2 for dessert: more pantua and pineapple.
As I was finishing up my final dessert plate, we heard some ...
... paneer and masala pura at "Havmoor." It was also my first experience trying that after-dinner digestive mix. It tasted like liquorice, nuts, seeds, curry, and everything else in a single bite. It was also the last time that I had it.
Fourth Day in India – January 10, 2013
The day was pretty quiet, but it started off with my first experience in a freezing shower. Not a fun way to start the day. After going through the typical daily routine ...
... our own little way.
Thol is home to not less than 100 species of birds, like, Indian Saras, Cranes, Herons, Spoonbills, Flamingoes, Ibis, Geese, Pelicans, Ducks, Egrets and many more. We could only see clearly those birds which were near the land though not many. Mostly the birds were in groups of hundreds and swam together in the centre of the lake, thus appeared like dots to our naked eyes, now it was clear to me, why I was not charged for the ...