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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
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... 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 ...
I've arrived! Er. I've had time to decompress.
The story has just started I've realized. The days have vaguely jumbled together and the sight unseen mail order bride of a fellowship is here. This is my home for six months.
The plane ride over was a testament to how wonderful being able to crash out on the plane and let the hours glide by is. I had stayed up basically all night packing and making sure everything was ready, while cleaning my room ...
... that the highlight of one girls year was when her class took a trip to go and see the Life of Pi in 3D at the cinema-simple trips like that mean a lot!
The discussion of a student council got me thinking, and I have a few ideas that I am going to share with the Headteacher on Monday as I think that there are fundamental ideas that make a student council successful! Let's hope that they appreciate my input and they don't think I'm interfering!
... eating here though (the roasted peanuts covered in cockroaches in the corner made my stomach rumble just glancing at them).
After I fought my way through the mass of people, shaking their rupees and demanding whiskey, I finally made my way to the front of the cage (getting odd side glances the whole way—this obviously wasn’t the typical ‘tourist’ stop, since the surrounding area seemed to be overrun with stalls selling ...
... truth - each lion and tiger was in a small cage, where the driver would stop and wait for a few excited people to take some blurred photos of dots on their non-zoom camera phones. We then moved to what we thought was a large enclosure where we thought we would see more animals. This was obviously not the case because the driver was doing at least 30mph through this part of the jungle. If there were any tigers they would have either run away or been run ...