Hotel Abhiman Residency
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Today was a long day. We had to take a two-hour journey to Indore airport. This ride was frantic enough as we again took to the road with drivers who were competing in Formula One. There were three cars weaving their way to the airport, two occupied by the Priest family and the other one a couple of guests from the Ahilya Fort who had left early for a leisurely drive to the airport. That was not to be as our three drivers rallied each other and tore ...
... nightmare that even Edgar Allan Poe would have been proud of.
About an hour later there was movement from the lower bunk and a hand turned on the light. a body arose and turned to see me looking back. She looked like the Grandmother from The Kumars at No. 42. She jumped when she saw me. Probably at the thought that some fat Welshman had literally been lying on top of her for some time. Then she woke up her husband, much coughing and shouting and then he too gave me the once ...
... the crowd and dirt of an Indian city street. I introduced Raluca to the amazingness of a thali (a meal with a whole bunch of different dishes in little silver bowls-usually a dal, some veg curry, some cheese curry dish, a few breads (chapatti, papad, maybe a naan), some raita (yogurt with veg in it), and sometimes a sweet. This one was amazing, however, and even came with ice cream! Perhaps my best thali ever! We had a great waiter who used to be a marine and had actually been ...
... of coal all night.
I looked at Elenka, who even after twenty-some hours of chugging across the sub-continent, was still fuming about being on the train.
I placed my hand on her shoulder and said, “It's only a 30 hour journey. We'll be in Goa just after dark.”
“We could have flown from Chennai to Goa in an hour.”
“I did this for you, Elenka. Remember all the ...
... have top bunks! There are bags of pineapples and coconuts on mine. The toothless owner of these politely moves these leaving a sticky residue all over the bunk. Smashing! Finally get it cleaned up and climb in. Me and Laur look at each other and after all the stress all we can do is give a we laugh.
We role into Canacona after a 23hr stress filled ordeal!
Indian rail Travel at its ...