Royal Highness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... around ca.7: 20 on the next day reach. I.e. I will have to spend the next 24h in the bus. After the checking out I am brought with a Tuk Tuk to the bus station. But it means before like always over the price negotiates. For the travel I pay 1.50 €. The driver asks me whether I smoke and offers to me (in the early! ^^) a whole pallet of different drugs on. He means we could an intermediate stop with him at home insert and I could select itself, which I ...
... status! We are sweaty, dirty and probably smellier than we realise (although you'd struggle to indentify it in these streets!) yet we've had so many camera phone flashes in our faces, even held some babies. Dread to think what our cyberspace fingerprint looks like now.. A forensic triangulation of Indian teenagers' photo albums could easily track our every footfall! Unfortunately, our patience has begun to wear a little thin and we now play at seeing how ...
... half lunch special. Finally, it seemed as though it was going to be my time to get a crit. However, it was blocked by the need to buy plane tickets. David found out that in order for us to be able to have flights for our North trip, we needed to buy the tickets and pay today. So, rather than me getting a critique, he ran around rushing to get everyone's names as they appeared on the passport page. Even though I did not make progress with my studio project, I was able to post ...
... wondering where I was and if I was okay. After I clarified that I was indeed fine, I had my first breakfast on the rooftop. The view was unbelievable. I could not believe that this is what I am going to able to view every day. I then set out on my first rickshaw ride. It was amazing and terrifying at the same time. I think that was the first time that it actually sunk in that I was in India. The first day of classes, for everyone including myself, was nice. We met ...
... in Gujarati.
That first well was the Chand Baori in Abhaneri, and I was so impressed that now I try to see the wells near my travels. That was the reason why when I was in Ahmadabad in October 2012 I went to Adalaj, 18 km. away, to visit the Adalaj Vav. It was built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai with five levels and steps descending over thirty meters to the water.
It is a spectacular example of Indo-Islamic architecture, with walls full ...