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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... br> Back to the lobby where met Susie. Decided on a drink in the igloo known as the hotel bar. Had doubles; why not? Ray came in to get a couple of beers for the room. Lucas came along. We offered to buy him a drink readily accepted. It led to many jokes about the Space Cadets.
There were nibblies which eventally became dinner. Diane and Ray came down to join us. Jokes about white legs were included. Implored/pleaded with Lucas to put the four of us in one ...
... 600 meter walk to our hotel turned into quite a challenge not only ‘cos of the tuk tuk drivers harassing us quite intensely. From the roof top of our hotel passing few dead pigeons I got a nice photo of our last destination the Madurai Temple - Sri Menakshi Temple. We had to leave all our cameras behind in a locker but we were able to make photos with my wife’s mobile phone of this stunning place and one of the highlights for ...
... the staff member said “Ah Twighlight paper, we have!”
The other give away is that in formal situations like booking into a hotel, India still feels like a man's world where such complicated matters are rarely assigned to the fairer sex. Which meant that Lou was completely ignored by the moustachioed front desk when she presented details of our reservation. They instead looked straight through her to ‘Sir’ (covered in kids) to ...
From Mamalapuram we traveled to an area called the Chola heartland. We went to Pondicherry, Chidambaram, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur and Maduri. Pondicherry had some surprisingly beautiful colonial architecture, but our sightseeing consisted of temple visits. So as you can assume we have seen many many temples. They are all beautiful, but my favorite was the one in Thanjavur. Although part of my enjoying this temple so much was the wonderful company we were in. We were ...
... the days but really cold in the evenings which we weren't best prepared for... It is quite funny seeing all the locals walking round the town in various eras of ski-wear, of which all the clothes stores were selling second hand items. We stayed in Ooty for 4 nights, which is longer than we normally would but we met some really cool people at our hotel, a guy from Bristol, a couple from Cardiff and a German girl. We spent a few of the nights having dinner and beers together and ...