The Pride Hotel Ahmedabad
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... When we step out of the bus, the Tuk Tuk driver circles me such as blood dogs. It is only one competition, everyone would like “is enough Europeans” as a passenger to have. But from this nothing becomes. The Indian become acquainted with before shows me the bus station. From there out I must drive with a “local bus” to the bus, which brings me after Aurangabad.
After I bought the ticket and for my bus wait, surround me approx. 10 Indian. ...
... consistency of local business! One night we got accidentally lost looking for a bridge and found ourselves on the river bank instead. Here, an excited throng emerged from the darkness and smothered us ihandshakes, photo requests, hugs from the children and at least two marriage proposals on my part! They seem not to care that they will never see our photographs again, its almost as though posing once is honour enough - as a result we now must have a google ...
... okay and that I would let him know when we all got there so that he could seat us. Again, we were a spectacle, nothing out of the ordinary. http://local.images.burrp.net/images/e/ c/u/photo_barbeque-nation_khar-west_mum bai@cujf9vqe_13_1_300.jpg When everyone arrived about 10 minutes later, I went inside and let the host know that we had all arrived. To our surprise, he told us that he was able to arrange tables in order for us to all sit together. Barbeque nation was crazy fancy. ...
... our heads, when he blessed Tyler, one of my classmates, he rubbed the powder in a lot. The "Saint" also gave us special bracelets that would deepen our meditative powers. Us three girls had to put our own bracelets on while a "Saint-helper" put Tyler's on. Tyler was also given a pen with the "Saint's" face on it. This was the first time that I truly experienced the separation of gender in India, but it was also the first time that I had been truly appreciated for who ...
... up with the help of Sonu, my dear driver, who took care of me as if I was his mother.
I heard that for a long time the palace was abandoned, now a part of it is taken care of by the government, while another still belongs to the old royal family. Many palaces in Rajasthan are now luxury heritage hotels, but looking at the dilapidated one here I could only imagine the investment that would be necessary to convert it into a hotel; it would ...