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As I am sitting here taking a break from finishing up my packing, I am beginning to realize just how blessed I have been during this whole experience, especially in the last 4 days. These are the last memories that I will make in India. Here is how they played out:
Thursday / 4 Days
We had our final / last review and B.V. Doshi, India's most famous architect who can be considered equivalent to Frank Lloyd Wright in America, called ...
... back to my room and worked on writing a blog post. After about an hour, most of us departed for Old Town Ahmedabad, where we would spend the day shopping and sight-seeing. This was my first time going to the Old Town market, seeing as the first time that people went, I had not arrived in India yet, and the second time that they went; I was unaware that people were going. On the way there, I was full of anticipation. Leading up to the time that we left, I had been told just how ...
... and take my photos. When we were done in the stepwell, we went to the mosque in the back of the complex and were able to walk around there. Again, "no photos" but by now you know that we do not listen very well. We all figured if we get kicked out, then we do. But we may only see these places once, and we do not want to ever forget them, or the memories that we make at the places. Tiffany, Giana, and I then went back to the Kite Festival area but went could ...
... having only one day off is that I really try not to do anything on that day off. I don’t have yoga, don’t have school, and so far have tried to do as little as possible on Sundays and I now savor them. This week I plan to make pancakes, coffee and take my time with both. And even though the maple syrup is fake, I am very excited.
ps - the monsoon has finally come so the humidity has broken and it has been pouring all ...
... was exciting by virtue of its connection to Gandhi but was otherwise a simple and unremarkable complex, likely how Gandhi intended it to be. A museum dedicated to Gandhi’s life and career occupied a large room with display panels instead of walls immediately to the left upon entering the Ashram. The large panels with photos and text in English, Guujrati, and Hindi outlined the program of the room, leading visitors through the ...
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