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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the deal was done. "Awwwesome ! I wanna go in that". It was pretty good really, we'd been looking forward to a bit of train action, I lost 400Rs on our tickets, but this was a pretty comfortable trip. Apart from a monster traffic jam on a busy highway that was in terrible condition. Of course everyone wanted to be at the front, horns blazing, and soon both sides of the road were full on both sides of the jam and nobody was going anywhere. Ever the opportunist our driver drove ...
... 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.
... remember her as my rescuer. Having finally managed to catch the right train, I spent the perilous five hour journey crammed into a sweltering, crowded carriage, finally arriving in Casa Linda at 5am. India is certainly a place of extremes, as it was four years ago. Extreme heat, extreme culture, extreme poverty, and an extreme disregard for health and safety! It is a place that you can't help but love, but also hate, at the same time. I know I will go back one ...
... afternoon. We've decided we need to keep our fitness up for Everest, which in the heat is a bit of a challenge. Bernie and I got up at 6 yesterday for a run and even at this time its almost too hot. It's worth it though for the sight of the 50 of so middle aged local men and women who also get us at this time, apparently to go and stretch aggressively on the beachfront. Some of them then do a power walk. Very funny.
Right off we go
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