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... was inside another shallower metal cup. This second cup was half filled with coffee as well. We weren't quite sure what do to with it. As I'm writing this with a day later I can tell you that we solved the dual cup mystery. You'll have to read tomorrow's entry though. Sorry.
After dawdling in our room for the morning getting our laundry sorted (Lauren came out of the bathroom smelling like detergent and covered in sweat from scrubbing our nether-wear) we roamed the ...
... room was very soundproof, and closed the door to show us, and it did seem to be better, so we started to settle in.
Ten minutes later, a group came to reception and started to argue about something, and we could hear every word spoken, so we insisted we wanted another room. All they could find us was a smaller room on the next floor. The manager insisted Dianne have a look, and it was smaller, but quite OK, so we repaired as best as we could the damage ...
... 8221; (who also started Auroville). It’s another no shoes, no camera place, with a multitude of rules and conditions for those seeking freedom to obey. The place is pretty flash, charges to hold shoes, and is a big draw card for foreign tourists.
From here we walk past the fortified Governor’s Residence, the very flash Cercle (club) de Pondicherry, the Central Park, hospital and French Lycée, before stopping for drinks and some French fries to ...
... and will treasure the great times I had with people I met there, particularly in Goa. I also loved the travel by train, tiring and long as it was. And finally the FOOD...amazing, british restaurants dont come close and laccha paratha is one of my all time favourite breads I need to learn how to make. There is so much more to see and I hope, knowing what I know now, I will make the most of it next time. Next up, a brief stop in hong kong then ...
... 8211; what was the purpose of my visit, how long was I going to stay, where was I staying, did I have a guide, was I alone (horror of horrors, yes, I was! No Husband!), what was my telephone number, on and on. She frowned disapprovingly at me, and sucked air slowly through her teeth, her stamp hovering above my passport. Eventually the stamp came down and I was on my way.
I needed a rest after Kuala Lumpur (see previous post), so doing ...