Hotel Hindusthan International
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adult pool
- Room service
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... the side of the road I had to negotiate the hoards of people ramming money through a metal grill in order to get their booze. I was served quickly and a bottle of Smirnoff and Old Monk was the tipple.
As we entered in to Puri there was a rave going on in the street, lots of Hindi’s dancing around to some raved up indian music, as we drove past a shower of party shards were released into the air and it was pretty special! ...
... was Ichchapuram. The sight of seeing 1000 trucks stalled at the border was routine. Careers have been made with the talent of releasing a truck there !
Today was a long heavy day full of driving as I aimed to put the maximum distance possible. Crossed the Godavari near Rajahmundry - at least there was water in the Godavari. Past the congestion of Vizag - there is no bypass for this town and I faced the full attention of kamikaze two wheelers. My hands are ...
... the costumes of the different tribes'.The museum was interesting especially the statues in bronze and stone of the Indians gods.I was attacked by a school of kids who wanted my autograph and touched me and photographed me as if I were a famous actor.Yet I had explained to them that I was a simple Italian pensioner.At one point I had to get them to stop, and I left 'cause I was too harrassed.In return, I have ...
... are maybe 100 people including many children. The villagers produce Dhokra metal wire figurines. We like this type of metal work and have purchased similar items on previous visits. JP is welcomed and so are we, the villagers have been to a Fair and they are still unpacking their wares. We're shown some pieces and saunter through the village. We are also shown the process of making the figurines of wax, string & moulds. The kiln is made of clay and stoked with coke to ...
About 2 weeks ago we headed out to a mothers group in Katada, a small village about 40 kl away. Luckily we got a ride from Manoj. On the way back he spotted someone sitting behind their home and waved. This happens all the time with Manoj. He knows several people everywhere we go and if he doesn't know them they know him. Anyway he stopped and asked us to wait as he went into the home. He came out quickly and signaled for the 3 of us to come in. This was ...