Saro Lake County
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... being in our big flashy 'otel, apart from the telly and our plush room there was a pool and lifts and corridors. Our train was late afternoon and we didn't have to check out thankfully so we hung out. As we went to leave and asked for a taxi to the station,we said our goodbyes and thank you's and the manager, one of the many, who'd greeted us when we first arrived and really looked after us, offered us a ' free' taxi to our destination Ernakulam! 200 km away. Not quite sure what ...
... Not just a little sprinkle, mind you, but a massive monsoon downpour. Our boatman put on a turban, a plastic bag over that, and then, a raincoat, when things got too runny. He and our guide unfurled plastic sheeting down the covered sides of the boat to protect the interior, but the noise was just amazing. We took video, naturally. By the time we got back to the bridge, the rains had subsided enough for us to get to the van (and another ...
... I would be nearly overcome with sadness. Even from such a distance it feels a very bitter reality to endure. I wonder what is the future of Wisconsin, and of the larger politics that this outcome augurs. Better not to think about that now, and it has been easier to avoid thinking about it here. Hopefully by the time I'm back the big minds will have processed everything and have a story that explains how this could've happened, and what we are all to do now.
... have covered a whopping 27,630 kilometres.
I feel so incredibly lucky to have had such a wonderful trip, filled with new and exciting places and people. The central highlights have been sailing in the Whitsunday Islands, scuba diving on the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, visiting the awesome Hobbiton, jumping the collosal Nevis bungy, diving with Bull sharks in Fiji, seeing Angkor Wat and the Killing Fields in Cambodia, Motorbiking in Vietnam, visiting ...
... ward, with more staff than patients, but no fathers or relatives allowed in. The mother seemed almost incidental to the situation, particularly so when the midwife took to performing what looked like chest compressions over the top of her bump, trying to squeeze the baby out from the other end. Not something I've seen done before...! The second Caesarian-borne baby was so small, weighing only 790g, and not looking ready for the world. The ...