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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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After Hyderabad, i headed south and returned to Bangalore for a few days. When the Bangalore entry went live at the beginning of my time in India, i was contacted by an old friend, Ismail. Though by that time i was leaving Mysore and heading to Hampi. This is because the blog is a few steps behind my actual progress - you see where i was, not where i am. Because both my arrival and departure flights were from Chennai, i knew i'd have to come full circle ...
... to borrow any, but for now we have a few to watch till we leave. Ive also almost finished Keith Richards autobiography which has been so interesting, i would recommend it to any music fan.
Yesterday was the best day ever... it started when i realised we had all the ingredients for pancakes. We put some music on (Abba!) and got to work making an awesome brekkie of nutella pancakes, fresh pineapple with coffee and fruit juice. We then ...
... sip and it was heavenly. We both stared at one another when we each first took a sip of this drink. Absolutely delicious.
Their Filter Coffee was again very good, in fact it was better than the one we had this afternoon for lunch.
The Vadai here too was extremely good. It was super soft and simply delicious. Somehow, the Vadai made in India is just way better ...
... that’s all of a sudden at least eighty percent. The owner of the guesthouse where I stayed was French as well. He had been staying in Pondicherry since the last twenty years. The room he had promised me was not available after all, so he offered me to sleep in his daughter’s room the first night for a cheaper price (alas, the daughter was not included, she was a bit too young anyways; she almost beat me in a game of chess though). The evening I spent talking ...
... 70.00). We were told the journey would be about 4 or 5 hours there and the same back so we thought it would be worth it as it would mean mum getting to see her family there - and how often do we come here to see these people? So that was decided. After the station we went off to meet Jenny and Carol at the VTI which is a lovely shop selling lots of traditional Indian bits and pieces - wooden boxes, bowls, dolls, furniture... all sorts really. We then walked up to ...