Fortune Inn Grazia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... someone does take a dump in the track, who knows. Anyway the train was surprisingly really nice. There is a long seat for 3 people, each person gets a lot of space, I have enough to sit crossed legged. Then your seat number says either lower middle or upper. Above you is a cushioned platform which is the upper deck and the back rest of the lower seat folds up to make the middle deck. So if you wish you can lie down. If you are lower this does means making the other ...
... on my way. Even once I found the tourist office, the guy was helpful in warning me about certain things... He told me that men in India are crazy when they talk to women, and not to talk too long to them, and then proceeded to chat me up himself. *sigh* But most things were closed until 11, so after being lead down a goose chase by a tuk tuk driver who was suggesting I buy Indian clothes from various stores, he dropped me off in the middle ...
... ns we got up to on that tour (must find it and remind myself of those fab days when I could survive on 4hours kip and didn't get hangovers). Glorious sunny day and enjoying the heat on my back as my over filled tum digests the fat girls Brekkie I've just stuffed! Heading for the airport at 11am to catch our flight to Bhutan. Mr. Khaki has already ticked 3 off his Indian birds list ;-) Well... another amazing flight and both Mr.K ad I have a window seat ...
... point. 3. Be informed that, despite all the other white people with the same print out as you, your tickets are actually at the circuit. 4. Try to obtain tickets for the bus to the circuit but fail because you haven't actually got f1 tickets yet 5. Get in a rickshaw and pay the driver £5 to drive you 1.5 hours (30km) to the circuit 6. Realise none of the attendants have a clue where to pick up tickets 7. Board a bus and attempt ...
... I was introduced to the rest of the group and found out there was 12 of us in all. Mostly aussies, with a kiwi, a swede, an American (who had lived in Australia for the past few years) and myself.
The next day we started the orientation walk, and ended up going to a famous mosque, a sikh temple and through the spice market. It was a whole boat load of culture shock, as I had just come from the clean Hong Kong, and the relatively organized China. There is just ...