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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Yes, Gujarati name. I'm half Indian. *confused expression*
No, I just like having a beard.
No. Most people in my country marry around 30, and only love-marriage.
Yes. I did an internship in Bangalore, now I’m backpacking.
What did you do in Bangalore? (only by good English speakers)
I did something with ...
... usually a house, and for some a business also. The small villages are growing along the main roads, shops and businesses of all sorts, want prime frontage on the main road. This means that out of the two and a half to three hour journey, three quarters of it is passing shops. One village merges into another, in a corridor of shops, traffic and honking horns. Shops like "Facebook" a men's clothing shop; "Dew drop" a ladies clothing ...
... windows, and no Jesus picture. The sound she made was one I'm familiar with from our travels around India. It means shoo, scat, get lost. Normally, I hear it being directed at mischievous children that are not where they are supposed to be at museums or historic sites, and sometimes to beggars or cows if they are creating a traffic jam. Basically you can make this noise to anyone or anything that is annoying you. If they have some good sense, they will leave you alone. She told ...
... with washrooms and the top deck was dining and sunning. 50’ x 65’ area.
The guide’s wife showed us different clothing that was beautiful. Her children presented all the women with a rose and a gift. The gift was a wooden box filled with spices. The box was beautiful with inset carvings.
On our return trip they stopped at a local market. We only got 20 minutes for shopping and really not enough time to ...
... Beim Schlangestehen braucht es Geduld. Aber das bin ich als Ex-DDR-Bürger ja gewohnt. Immer wieder schleusen die Assistenten Gruppen von Indern ein, die sich nicht „anständig“ eingereiht haben. Irgendwann werde ich doch zu ungehalten und beschwere ich mich, aber die Assistenten bedeuten mir nur, dass alles seine Richtigkeit habe und ich nur noch ein wenig länger warten müsse.
Dann bin ich endlich dran. Einen Moment lang habe ich, um Amma anzuschauen, ...