Comfort Inn Heritage
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... we were walking on and this was the early crowd. At this time, many were still worshipping at the temple and going for dinner. As time progressed, so did the intensity. In case this was not crazy enough it seems the done thing to send young children to light the fireworks. We are not sure if this is to encourage fearlessness or stupidity.
After 9:30pm the party was in full flow with the sky an array of magnificent colours everywhere ...
... to rehouse people in to purposely built flat complexes in the surrounding area but it back fired and they moved back to the slums but continued to sublet the flats. The current initiative is to make any new slums illegal and move people on as they pop up which has proved to be an impossible task as they just return the next day. It's sad to see families without a home and just a blanket to lie on for comfort. The begging culture continues to grow in India and you ...
... fountain. The Gateway was really big and impressive, but the view over the sea was even nicer. The sun was nice and warm by this time so we leaned against a little wall to enjoy this a bit when a family with kids came up to us asking if they could take a picture with us. We are getting used to this now as it happens in nearly every city, but this was different, after taking professional ...
... by the Four Seasons again. We tried a masala omelette and a mango smoothie. Nice and filling for me but not Sam. Rushing for time we finally got back to the hotel at 6:30 before a quick turn around to Azad Maiden, our departure destination. This is India so we waited for the bus for an hour and when it got here we were only disappointed as it didn't match up tithe luxury photos taken in 2000. ...
... it was noticeable and just a little painful when pressure was applied (after experiencing first Cambodia and now India, my idea of 'painful' has shifted somewhat). Assuming that a hangnail had ripped out and some bacteria had got in and infected it, I decided it was ******* me off and deserved to be squeezed. After getting into the shower cubicle and locking the door, I squeezed and squeezed but nothing happened... except after a few seconds I felt faint and the tunnel of ...