Sarovar Portico Ahmedabad
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Hey everyone! It's officially 10:07 AM on December 25, 2013. Soooo... MERRY CHRISTMAS!! I hope everyone had a good Christmas Eve and has a great Christmas Day! Even though I am not able to go to church today (none of them specify when their Christmas service is), I get to spend the day with people who truly care about me: Dipti and Anuj! Last night, for Christmas Eve celebrations, we went to Manek Chowk: a part of the ...
... there, we all walked through security fine and were told to find a seat in the waiting room. It was packed; more than the last time we were there. We saw one of our fellow studio classmates was also waiting sitting. He, too, was there for an interview. Niraj and David were asked to go back to the offices and speak with them. There was confusion as to why David was there, considering he did not need to be interviewed. After clarifying that he was just here to support us, we sat ...
... to. We spent quite a long time in “Hypercity,” but managed to get some good stuff. I purchased speakers for my iPod and laptop for just 500 rupees ($10 US). They were “Logitech,” so they were pretty good for the price they were. We also got some silverware, new pillows for our beds, and some food. When I could not find some peanuts that Kunmi was telling me about, I asked a store clerk where I could find them. Apparently he was the manager because he ...
... that the British rule (via the British Trading Company) was that great. If it was not for the Brits India would be as disorganized as Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The place was full of children that were coming to honor Gandhi's life. Ann, being fair skinned, stuck out like a soar thumb and I guess I did as well, drawing attention from the children (ages 3 to about 8). The stares were obvious and once one of them broke the ...
... god and just the right size for a family to kneel outside and pray.
Despite the homemade shacks serving as homes, something about the way of life seemed unusually enchanting. Here, life is simple. No cable TV. No internet. No iPhones, iPads, or iPods. Life here seemed so timeless: men tending the fields, while the wives carry water from the well, and the children play on the hills, running around with smiles more intense than any video game ...