Abad Atrium Hotel
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... that we have sat back and enjoyed dinner and wine like this, and even though it might not sound like we need a break and some luxury for the night, we really did and we ate and drank till we were full, and then drank some more wine! The hotel restaurant had a fantastic band playing, 3 little Indian guys sitting on a beautiful rug on the floor outside, one playing drums, one guitar and one guy with a selection of flutes who was a brilliant musician, so all night we ...
... Caves which is belived to have been a shelter for neolithic people. This consisted of a hike up a hill and then 200+ steps,,,,,I was knackered but was a great view and a bit of exercise was required after so much Indian food and not much walking. We also stopped at a Tea Plantation as well as having a tour at a tea factory later on in the tour. The scenery was amazing...just lots of tea, coffe, rubber plantations up the hills and just admire anyone who can pick these on the slants ...
... to rave about - basically an oatcake. One night Shelly, I and a French girl called Danielle went to a restaurant, Shelly ordered the Aloo Gobi (Potato and Cauliflower) Danielle the Palak Paneer (Spinach and Cheese) and i had the Paneer Masala (Cheese Masala curry) all were incredibly soup like and didn't taste good. Shelly and Danielle left theirs and although i didn't like mine or theirs, i mopped up. When the waiter asked if we enjoyed it, we explained it was ...
... it would be 900 rupees ($18). And I'm sure you could negotiate that if you wanted. One menu I saw a tuna fillet served with chips and salad for just under $4. I would love to try the seafood here but I haven't been able to pass up the curries, especially because it's my last week here. Beer is less than $1 and I eat dinner for around $3, sometimes $4 at a fancier place each night. There's something so relaxing about eating a meal with your toes playing in the sand, ...
... then giving it a ****** paint job. Exactly Michael, thank you, exactly. We went down and had our last meal of a mutton biryani and a aloo gobi tomata and two sweet lassies and then sat there for 20 minute feeling nauseas from overheating. Then off to the airport where we checked in without a hitch, found a small room that opened into an outdoor tropical jungle which we enjoyed until mosquitoes started to enjoy us, and then sat in giant hilarious Indian chairs. When we ...