Fortune Select Palms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enter the port area your ticket
is checked. You get on a bus, they check your ticket as you get on,
the bus drives 50m straight to near the boat and as you get off they
check your ticket. Then you have to put luggage in and of course
check the tickets. Then you have to go to the boat que and they check
as you join the que and finally as you get on. We had decided to get
the catamaran over which is faster than the standard ...
... too slow to take a photo. Had a late light lunch in the hotel cafe. Unbelievably slow service everywhere we have been on this trip. 45 minutes to make 2 sandwiches and 2 lime sodas. 5 mins to eat then another 15 mins to bring the bill usually in triplicate!!!! Then ventured out on foot to a nearby mall dodging the hanging power lines across the hole ridden footpath!!! Nothing exciting there so returned to hotel. In the evening we met up ...
... that part of my reason for arguing with her was simply to pass the time. I had hours and hours to kill before my connecting flight.) Finally she suggested that I go and see a "duty manager", who might have the authority to compensate me.
After tracking down the nearest duty manager, he told me that not only could he not authorize me to sit in the lounge for free, but that there was nobody who could. How's that for getting out of taking responsibility for ...
... nice viewpoint around Ooty, but when we arrived there it was closed as well. Apparently tigers had killed a man and two women in the past week. Later I read in the newspapers that they had managed to kill a/the tiger. It’s a shame that they have to kill them though, there aren’t that many wild Bengal tigers anymore. Instead we went a bit downhill, to Coonoor. There were some beautiful spots like Elephant head and Lamb’s rock. After spending another day in ...
... Joan). So we got another auto-rik (tuk tuk as I've been calling them in previous blogs). Well... all I can say is I don't know how we got there in one piece! Mum was hanging on to me and gasping every 5 minutes. A couple of times we actually breathed in because we didn't think we would get through the gap that we he was going to go through! I was in stitches the whole way and at one point I saw his face in the mirror and the driver was grinning like a Cheshire Cat! When ...