Lemon Tree Hotel, Ahmedabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ever climbed, my bedroom was in the back shared with the house shrine, and across a narrow landing was the brand spanking new kitchen with new stove, pots and pans on the wall and (typical Indian style) no seats. It was basic, but spotless.
It transpired that Jagdesh, a widower had been doing this homestay/guiding business for a good ten years. He enjoyed meeting foreigners and showing them the “hidden secrets” of Ahmedabad and the rest ...
... elaborate stone structures built over 500+ years ago that go multiple stories underground. These were used to store water especially in drought-prone districts but being in India they soon turned into status symbols – visible by the artistry and grandeur. The well we visited was about 2km out of town and you could easily spend hours exploring this water tank. What was also cool to see – and something we had not seen since we arrived – was men ...
... dinner at "Cafe Upper Crust." I ordered Baked Macaroni, essentially Mac-n-Cheese, and”pink lemonade," which was like a sparkling drink. Dinner was nice, as 9 out of 13 of us were there. When we got back to the hostel, Okki, Mallory, and I talked about girl stuff and eventually Tiffany came in. It was a party. We ended up playing "Never Have I Ever," and got to know each other quite well. It was good bonding experience and many inside jokes came out of the discussion.
... I saw an actual mouse, so I could not help the situation. But once I had finally calmed down, I had a very nice discussion with Ann about religion, as she taught in a parochial school, and asked her if she would like to join us when we go to church. We then went back and I went with Mallory to exchange money and we went to "Candle Stationary" store, similar to "Arlene's Artist Materials" in Troy, where we were able to buy studio supplies. Then, three of us and ...
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 ...