Belsons Taj Mahal Hotel
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... dancing through the open corridors. A stack contrast to the heat and dust of the city. Again our welcome was royal. A carriage ride from the front gate, a shower of welcoming rose petals and of course the obligatory glass of champagne. Our butler, Privak took us to our room. A suite overlooking a private courtyard. We changed for dinner and at 5.30 joined the palace tour. This is a fabulous property and a must see destination. The rooms in ...
... travels. We all eventually drifted off one by one, the day coming to a close as we each pulled the little shades on our bunks closed. We both laid in our bunks trying to get comfortable as the train continued to sway back and forth occasionally lurching forward and then backward as it made its stops as it traveled westward toward Hampi. We had had some incredible experiences so far and we were excited to see what adventures rural India held in store for us!
... midnight struck I had all of my friends around me singing. It was so nice. Then I had Rios singing to me in Spanish and then the rest of the place sing to me in who knows what language... Hindi? Telegu? People were shaking my hand and wishing me a happy birthday. It was lovely. We made our way back to Tagore and I made sure to drink a lot of water. I also happened to place the bucket next to my bed just in case. Responsible drunk. I know. No time for changing or brushing my teeth. I was a sleepy ...
... nap before eating. During lunch the power had gone off and it wasn't until five minutes if eating in the dark that we acknowledged that it didn't phase us even the slightest bit. We joked that we got our dining in the dark experience for free. (The Dartmouth students went to dinner at dining in the dark. It's a place where a blind person leads you through your meal, in the dark!!! It's supposed to give you insight of what it's like). After ...
... the tickets online, we included Adi's phone number as the point of contact, which led to him being bombarded by calls to and from the bus conductors about the changes made to our booking.
Our bus was cancelled, but we had been transferred over to a new bus with the same sleeping arrangements. Oh, and the pick-up point was going to be at another location in Bangalore. All of this was communicated I would say around ...