East Bourne Resort & Spa
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... s and they have some accessories and clothes you can put on to pose with fineness. I pick the dress of the locals which is just a big red cloth wrapped around me in a robe like style. I wear all the funky jewellery and feel like a Kufri maiden. No one seems interested in me except the Yak so I get to know him better. His name was Bhola means Innocent. How adorable he was! I played with his long fur.He looked a little ****** off because of people sitting all over him and ...
... way. We arrive at the Lodge, where we buy our foreigners entrance tickets. We have 30 minutes before the next tour so we take a walk around the gardens. Ian almost commits the heinous crime of stepping on the grass. The pathways are neat and covered in pebbles - it's hard work, a bit like a stroll along Chesil Beach. We are amazed at the size and grandeur of the building and grounds - the British certainly were living the life of Raj! Built in the mid-1880s, the Lodge was ...
... have studied for degrees she explained that this was really only so they would getter a better groom – there would be no intention of them marrying. Other interesting revelations about the working world here. The normal working week is six days with only Sunday off. If you start work at 0900 and arrive at 0905 then this will be taken as a half day holiday. Holiday is 12 days per year but if you are off sick this will be taken off ...
... EU passport that had everyone worried, the pouch also held 20,000 Rs, a sum which would last little over a week in the hands of a Western family travelling in India but which a lucky local finder could stretch much, much longer.
Repetition may help to move beyond language barriers and get points across, but by the time we'd essentially given up the passport hunt we were all pretty tired of being told ad nauseam that we had to a) relass (or relax) and b) ...
... his place on our way back!
The road wound prettily along the mountain side eventually reaching Kelodhar junction. By now we were hungry and went looking for a dhaba. A small godown was being filled with freshly harvested peas, ready to be loaded in sacks for the market. The men there told us ...