My personal opinion: Sincere apologies if I am offending anyone's sentiments.
* Bus Conductors won’t help you much with bus timings and other queries. Contact information desk of the bus stand.
* Busses only stop at designated stands. Waving hands won’t help much.
* Auto’s walas are generally honest but still recommend you to confirm the distance with locals before fixing the deal.
* Vegetarian food is not a problem Infact Gujarat is vegeterian's paradise.
* Gujarati breakfast (Fafda, Jalebi, Dabeli, Dokla) is cheap and decent food.
* Public Transport is not bad. State transport busses are connecting all the towns. Frequency may be thin on some routes.
* Roads are much better than any other state
* Winds mills are densely planted along the coastline. Wind mills are usual sight if you gaze out from the window seat.
* Chai is expensive though
* Khatra of Gujarat definitely makes to the “hall of fame” when it comes at public transport in India.
* Gujarat has got cheapest public transport. ..Nearly 50 paise per km…
* Despite flat terrain, some of the roads (especially in Kutch) have got really sharp turns. Drive carefully on these roads. I had not seen these many accidents anywhere else.
* During Winters, it gets cold in the night but getting an extra quilt is a problem in budget hotels across Gujarat. Carry your own blanket or sleeping bag if possible.
* Food is not that sweet… misconception it is..
* Rose, Cotton, castor oil plant are the main crops
* I would love to revisit whole Gujarat yet Rapar holds a special place.