The White Leaf Hotel
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... nice. Next day we headed out to Udaipur. This is a beautiful city with many resort hotels surrounding the lake which has the famous palace built on the lake. This palace was in one of the Bond movies. We took a boat ride around the lake and actually stayed in a room at the official current maharajas residence. My friend knew someone who could get us a room there. It was very nice. The ...
... and noticed a man with a microphone over near the sound area. He picked up an acoustic guitar and started practicing on the stage. Right off the bat, he began playing the first part of “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen. We were all so impressed and were singing along, but got down when he stopped right before the upbeat part. After a couple of songs that were not too familiar to all of us, he played the entrance tune for Ozzy Osborne’s “Crazy Train.” I was ...
... David and Ann, the Bell's, were not feeling hungry that night so us kids went out to find a new restaurant. We started at Himalaya Mall and walked around until we found what appeared to be a nice place called "Bon Homie." When we first entered the space, it was beautiful, filled with various types of wood on the wall and frosted glass. The fanciness of it caught us all off guard as we were wearing bum clothes, but they welcomed us all very much. Every waiter ...
First off - a side note: The Indian dialect, as well as Gujrati dialect are very melodic and that cadence persists particularly when a Native Indian speaks English. I have noticed that I have had a little difficulty following group conversations (I am one of the two non-Indians in the group - the other is from Senegal) particularly when certain people speak, and I finally realized that it is for 2 reasons: their cadence is all ...
... but with the lack of announcements we were a little anxious about when to get off. A few lovely people came to our aid though. Ahmedebad station is MASSIVE, it has at least 12 platforms and at this point (5.30am) it had many people sleeping in the entrance. When asking for directions to our platform it was a little unnerving that that no one could believe that we wanted to catch that train - a 10 hour, 30 stop slow train in sleeper class (2nd from bottom, our 2AC was cancelled)!