Casa Ligorio Holiday Place
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... down the runway with the air
hostesses still half way down the gangway and they literally had to scramble to
get into their seats at the front of the plane. There seemed to be some tight
schedule between that at the airbase and Bangalore airport which was juggling
preparations for the largest Indian airshow.
Finally landing, over 6 hours late, the
taxi took a good hour to battle the Bangalore traffic and after a quick shower
at the hotel, and a tiny ...
... river. We saw many birds as we went through the mangrove, we also saw where they have nets hanging down from poles, they use old techniques for fishing. We have a few pictures but it is difficult to photograph birds.
Lots of love
Ray and Ann Marie ...
... the furthest away that's where our carriage would stop, but with all the luck we have it was back up the other end! - typical. Indian people are lovely, I was messing with Scott's bag and had my little rucksack on the floor, I could see if I hadn't forgotten it and an old man came up to me and was saying 'lady lady don't forget your bag, bag!' Aww bless! Last time we got on the train our carriage number was confirmed but our berth wasn't. So we just sat ...
... means our exports go up” was the line he gave and it seems to make a lot of sense.
Right next door to us is a bar/ restaurant called Siona. The people are friendly, welcoming and they sell 3 regular Kingfisher beers for £1 or it is £0.80 for a large one. It is a welcome relief to find this as for a while I was wondering if we would ever find a beer cheaper than the Sergeants Mess in Regents Park Barracks. Mission accomplished.
... enraged Elmi. He started cursing in German. This did not seem to be as cathartic as it sounded as Elmi's face remained locked in a glare, focused on the conductor's back.
I pushed my way to the front of the bus in order to see the price list, but it had been on the bus we had been removed from [see 1.)]. Instead I noticed the “Owner's Number” painted above the driver's cage. Remembering our relative success when we ...