Golden Parks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... on the left side of the road. Whilst Carl peacefully slept, head bobbing away, I once again feared for our lives. (It's a running theme, me panicking, Carl sleeping/laughing at me). Surprisingly we made it there in once piece, hurrah! Blocking out the fact we have to go down again.
After chatting to a friendly Norwegian fellow called Kristoff, we decided to accompany him 2kms out of town to a homestay with a man called Raj. The nights in ...
... the one to suggest they are getting less happiness from their labour than the much better paid factory or agricultural workers in Australia. Of course the average Indian has less money, but then the only important thing about money is having enough of it to pay the bills. On this count we westerners certainly seem to have developed an extraordinary ability to keep increasing our bills with the resultant unrelenting pressure on our financial situation. Only perhaps in health, as ...
... room, no Wi-Fi, after multiple calls he blamed it on my laptop, so I took it to him and showed it to him, then he said he will talk to the provider, he promised to call me back. He called back after 30 minutes and told me “Please open your windows and try again” being a nice guy that I am I did as instructed, barely managing to suppress the laugh that came to me. Short story, I finally got Wi-Fi and I got to keep my windows ...
... served us tasty tea and bananas.
Sandhosh put his sickle to good use cutting through a particularly overgrown section of the trail, then carving up fresh sugar cane at our last stop.
Our final morning at Green Shades began with egg curry, dosa (gummy crepes) and one last pot of cardamom tea from the plantation. We loaded up on tea and cardamom, then Mr. George dropped us off at the bus station. We had a light lunch and left ...
... our way up our same stone and dirt path. The rocks had become a virtual waterfall, with each step forwards submerging my entire ankle. It was a hard climb considering the weather, but that made it all the more exciting. India continues to teach me the value of life’s great challenges. Our journey back was made all the more memorable by its difficulty. It is beginning to appear to me that a life without challenge, constant reaffirming awe inspiring earth shattering ...