The Gateway Hotel Ummed Ahmedabad
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- Swimming pool
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... it goes toward the south. It becomes, although it is straight only 10:00, sits ever more warmly and more warmly I with T-Shirt and short trousers in the bus. In the afternoon it is to become up to 40 °C!
And again a very glaring experience: When we drive past at a bridge, I discover that under it a whole small village COMPLETE from GARBAGE is! Me the breath comes to a hold, when I see humans under which circumstances to live here and the small children play. ...
... smell of our bus clothes does not even deserve description) and three mosquito nets.
Ahmedabad is a manic city. Rickshaws swarm every road, beeping and chugging between motorbikes, buses and the occasional car. Street sellers line the pavements while permanent shop fronts host every possible micro-business imaginable. Whilst I cannot imagine how each possibly makes enough money to sustain itself, it is an endearing change from the homogenous highstreets ...
... looking for it, finally caught sight of it at 6:58 PM. We then made our way to a restaurant where we were going to meet the rest of the crew: "Barbeque Nation." We had to go from the heart of Ahmedabad to the north of it in prime traffic time. So, to avoid all of the rotaries, our driver took us on 4 shortcuts, each getting farther and farther from where we actually needed to go. Every left turn that he took, Okki and I got more nervous that we were not going to get to the ...
... and her baby brother. To this day, I still see her face looking up at me. I also had my first "wild" cow sighting. When we were at the copy store, I used Hindi for the first time to say three and five for the amount of copies. Needless to say, I must have not pronounced it correctly or said it perfectly because I got some very interesting stares by the workers. After heading back to the hostile, we went across the street to "Gold Flake" for the first time; a little ...
... arches on the columns.
There are more stepwells in Bundi, which someone has called “the city of stepwells”, but they are not well preserved and in clean condition. The ones I saw gave me an insight in their importance not only as water reservoirs but gathering places in summer for people seeking shelter from the heat. Ther are many stories and folk songs about the maharajas bathing in stepwells in the company of the court ...