- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... travelled by long distant train in Europe, Russia, Mongolia, China, Vietnam, Burma, Thailand and Java - so how much could an Indian train differ? Well, those tiny tinted windows for starters, reducing the hot Indian landscape outside to something resembling the English Midlands on a dull winter's day. The Indian penchant for curtains further reduces the light within the carriage as most of the passengers like to 'blackout' their windows, even during the day, making ...
... humans, you need to develop detachment. And then I remembered something I read before arriving in India and kept to my reflection:
Detach up is being aware of what we are, is to prepare ...
... us directions that went a little something like this: "Walk till you get to the circle (insert swirly hand movement here) (roundabout). Turn left (insert hand pointing to the right), walk a bit more and you will see it.
That night at we roamed the streets of Jaipur, encountered a vicious dog, many tuk tuk drivers and deserted lanes, we both agreed we probably should've paid the one dollar to take a tuk tuk.... Okay so it probably didn't help that I thought he said ...
... there is at least one side served with a main entree, not this time. I had a skewer of lovely prawns. A caesar salad was ordered and that complimented very well. In the mean time everyone was sharing with me so that I did not go hungry. Great way to sample all of the different foods that were ordered.
A wonderful weekend concluded with hugs and best wishes and loads of love.... Monday is sight seeing in Delhi.
... guy” and “I have a camel that could give you a ride there for a good price.” He even had dental connections in Connecticut for us when we eventually return to the States. In true Indian form, everyone knows somebody that can assist you. A genuine desire to help you while jointly benefiting a relative or friend of theirs monetarily is evident, but we never really know who's receiving a commission in the middle and at what rate.
Along the same ...