Sarovar Portico Ahmedabad
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... it is not really powerful the English language, it understands at least the words “NO, NO”. In India one must watch out much with gesturing, because if one vibrates with the head, the Indian one think nod. Also for me this was at first very habituation needy. Because if a Indian means yes, he says “ha” and shakes the head. Logic?! ^^.
The bus is relatively punctual for Indian conditions and has only 15 minutes of delay. With DNB in ...
... names we can introduce ourselves with.
We reached Ahmedabad several hours later than promised, I think it was about 18 hours in the end. We joined Matthew and Viola for lunch in a hotel restaurant where our £1.50 savoury pancake seemed extortionate as meals generally cost less than £2.00 each, said our goodbyes then got rather lost looking for our hostel. Surviving entanglement in a narrow, winding street market, we checked in and build a fort out of washing ...
... 1 blog and upload Week 2 photographs.
Time at CEPT was complete, so Tiffany and I left for the hostel, only to find out when I got there that Okki had the room key. So, as I was locked out, I hung out in Tiffany's room and got to know her a little better. When I was finally let in my room about an hour later, Okki and I went to exchange money at Western Union and take out money at City Bank. We had to basically run to the bank as they closed at 7:00 PM and after ...
... classmates, six from Europe and three from India. I also had my first experience at the "Canteen" when I bought a water bottle. After we got kicked out of the library because the librarians did not believe us that we were students, we went back to studio, only to not actually have studio, but rather just socialize. After it was done, I went to exchange money and get colored copies of my passport and visa. During this trip, I had my first beggar experience: a ...
... a tree. I have always enjoy Krishna’s stories.
Visiting the private palace a sign tells the tourist not to destroy anything to avoid being accused of criminal offence.There is not much to destroy, anyhow, because the place is not conserved and it is in a state of decay. They told me that when some of these royal fellows go to Bundi, they stay at the Hadoti Palace hotel, where I was. But perhaps the hotel belongs to a family member.....what can one ...