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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... Southern India :
Traffic- rules of the road is no existent, vehicles go any side of the road, if there is a gap in traffic it is quickly filled by the closest car/bus. Blaring of horns is the norm but the intent is not aggressive, eventually you realise there is a system of honking. Everyone toots to indicate they are there, two or three toots indicates they want to pass (and expects traffic in front ...
... short of breath without treatment but he wasn't taking his medication. He then told us (through our translator Guytre) what was wrong with the world these days and about the good old days when he worked for the King of Mysore, he was quite endearing and entertaining. We spoke with his wife about his treatment and I hope he goes to see his cardiologist again, his main gripe was that the nurse in the hospital was really rough while removing his cannula, so hopefully ...
... And I must say it’s not too impressive. Maybe it’s impressive because it was all varieties that i’ve seen in the US, but perhaps in India they are relatively foreign, just as my skin color and oddness of dress is enough to snap photos of.
I had more people trying to take photos of me surreptitiously. I can’t blame them. I do that to them! I’m getting my just desserts of taking pictures of Indian sidecart ...
... have known the sort of backgrounds that these children came from. We were then met by the head of Volunteers Moxada Singh.
She discussed some fundraising campaigns that they are looking at in order to raise money for the school. They have started a "Half a Days Pay Campaign" and they are targetting certain businesses to do this scheme. It is self explanatory, you donate half a days pay to Parikrma and you can then choose what it is used for. So you ...
... ve figured out the rules of the road:
Rules for driving in India
1. This country was once occupied by the British empire. The steering wheel is on the right; cars drive on the left.
2. If you are driving on the highway, there will be lines painted on it to separate the lanes. Don’t worry about them; they’re just a guideline, really.
3. If you’re stopped at one of the ...