The Gateway Hotel Ummed Ahmedabad
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... mixed with covered women, men with coloured turbans mixed with men wearing topi caps. It was colourful and visually intoxicating.
That evening I visited the restaurant that Denis and Camile had recommended, called the Nutan and enjoyed a good Jalfrezi. I slept well in the Kameron. The next day I was determined to do some chores, so after my breakfast at the House of MG I went off across the river to the new part of town, where ...
... will miss keeping a count of how many days I have been in India. I will miss trying to figure out which of the 7 light switches is the one to turn the lights off. I will miss the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept in. But most importantly, I will miss all of the people that I was able to share this life-changing experience with. I will miss being able to knock on any person's door and ask them if they wanted to do something. I will miss ...
... It all had less spices in it than at other restaurants. Needless to say, it was a let-down. The only thing that made up for it was the conversation at dinner. Tiffany and Shane decided to compare their head sizes. It was quite entertaining as Shane tried to convince us all that he had a larger head than Tiffany. So, to prove, I took photos of their profile and the front of their heads just to show them that they, indeed, had the same head size. When dinner was complete, we headed ...
... that the 3AC standard was not good and we should travel 2AC or better to ensure a reasonable amount of space. By 10 o'clock, the lights were dimmed and curtains drawn.
Neither of us had slept much when we arrived in Ahmedabad at 12:30 am, a few minutes ahead of schedule. I was not in the mood for the customary song and dance with the auto rickshaw drivers. I barked at them when they quoted outrageous fares and stormed ...
... and one above the mirror) and 2 switches. So you'd think 1 switch for each light right? Wrong!! One switch turns on all the lights and the other does nothing! This is true everywhere we have stayed so far and as we are traveling and only staying 1 or 2 nights in each place before moving on we can never remember the right combination of which switch does what. So whenever we want to turn the lights on we end up clicking every switch - just a minor frustration ...