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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... explained a lot of what was going on after we left the theater, and except for a few small details, Jaime and I had it figured out pretty well. The movie was over 3 hours long, and luckily there was an intermission, so we actually opted to leave at this point and head out for dinner. We ate at a very delicious Indian buffet and then headed back to our hotel. Another fairly early day awaits us tomorrow. We are leaving at 8am to go see the ...
... it is in Thailand, but I'm hoping I was contributing to a good farm. I was the only one there that day (low season!) and was paired with Tara, a 25 year old elephant who won the title of most beautiful Indian elephant in 2013 by the Indian government! Not sure what their criteria are, but she was pretty cute. She greeted me with her trunk, first smelling me then kind of wrapping her trunk around me. Very sweet! They taught me how to feed her, by making packets of hay ...
This morning I woke up not so refreshed after Tali's snoring and being kept awake buy a man singing the whole night somewhere outside my window. We were feeling a bit more refreshed after a walk around the country town with a beautiful puppy from the hotel following us everywhere. We were chased by two bulls on separate occasions which is much more effective than coffee. After that excitement we were given a ...
... Georgia bought a lovely moonstone ring for rs300 and I collected some business cards from the wholesale market. Afterwards we went to a tailors suggested by rough guides called jodhpur tailors which was very dear. Our AR driver took us to a couple factories instead of a bazaar which were definite tourist traps. For dinner we decided to go back to the peacock rooftop restaurant due to the excellent food we had there before. After reading the menu again I noticed that ...
... gardens, and a few cheeky selfies didn't go a miss! An hour later we drop off our tour guide, and begin the 6 hour drive to Jaipur, with our driver who can't speak a word of English... Awkward. Finally we arrive at our hotel in Jaipur, head out for a stroll in town which is cut short by a fast sunset, grab a tuk-tuk back and brave a dodgy looking curry for dinner, ...