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- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... This time we went the opposite way down the water front, and after driving for some time, we came upon a clean, picturesque cove leading directly to the ocean. We dismounted and headed to where the water crashed upon the rocks, and enjoyed the clean, beautiful views that were found along this secluded beach. It was a perfect day for such revelry, and the lack of trash was refreshing, to say the least.
Once we had our fill of this refuge, we headed back to the hotel, where ...
... of the opposite sex the pool was segregated into a male an female section, as was the rain disco. We loved Wonderla and the experiences it gave us. Unfortunately, Bhavani didn't make the second day of Wonderla as her slight fever continued to give her grief. On our spare day in Kochi we took it easy. Bhavani slept on and off attempting to get better. The kids and I swam in the hotel pool and then went ...
... biscuits. We enjoyed that upon our arrival and then a lovely buffet for dinner. The next morning I went to yoga and found myself the only student of Ravi Shankar! The room was a square room with open windows where you could hear he sounds of birds as you went through your poses. Afterwards we had breakfast and then went to visit a tea plantation. Very cool to see the machinery process that goes into making tea. The afternoon Ritu and I went to the spa for a foot ...
... that the bartering was bantering and that it was all in good fun. It wasn’t as if someone was taking advantage of the other. We had a mutual give/take relationship. Maybe he’d be getting a profit. But then, doesn’t the store up the road selling chintzy gifts make a profit as well? But most of us are more likely to feel that store is a good value, because we had no other choices and the price was laid out in the beginning. Choice makes us feel uneasy. It makes ...
The train trip wasn't straightforward though. Our very reputable hole-in-the-wall travel agent who sold us the train tickets had a blowout and could only get 4 tickets for 5 of us. Turned out Ben was the one who missed out on a ticket. The travel agent's attempt at problem solving: give the ticket inspector 1,200 rupees and an "Indian smile". We took it in our stride though and someone was quoted as saying "it's all part of ...