Hotel Avon Ruby
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Today we did some work for an hr or so - starting to try a little regularly but it’s surprisingly difficult to fit around plans. we’ll have to make time. Planned loads of time to get to the bus depot which we did without difficulty in the afternoon after a meal at the hotel (checked the taxi driver’s pupils - ok)
Both Rob and I’s hearts sank - bus dilapidated dirty incredibly hot and no toilet - yes - ...
... over by the VOC in 1663 with the help of the moslim Ali Radja of the Arakkal dynasty. The Ali Radjas were already trading from Kannur in the fifteenth century and teamed up with the Dutch to get rid of the Portuguese hindrance for their trade. Until 1771 the Arrakal dynasty worked together peacefully with the Dutch sharing the trade of cardemon and ginger. The Dutch sold the fort in that year to Ali Radja for 100,000 rupees. In ...
... people came over to us to help, and when I said that I was interested in looking at saris, we were immediately ushered upstairs. There, the door was closed to keep in the A/C, and we all took our shoes off and sat on futon mattresses on the floor, while one shop keeper and 2 assistants started spreading fabrics of all colors of the rainbow across the floor. It was like sitting inside a crystal bowl full of light and water. I had no idea ...
... the scams seemed to ebb away ever so slightly. Jaisalmer was a breath of fresh air, it was much more laid back and chilled out there, the hotel even had a pool which was very exciting as being in the desert town we were constantly sweating our proverbials off. The following day we were sent on our inclusive camel safari in the Great Thar Desert, and after about an hour and a half's drive we arrived in the resort that we would leave from. We were ...
After the longest snooze I awoke to Eitan knocking on my door at 9:30am. The hotel fixed us some breakfast (back to bread and jam) and some much needed coffee. Eitan suggested we head out to Elephante Island, probably about the most touristy thing you can do in Mumbai. However within 5 minutes of talking with a German lady we had scrapped this plan and decided to head to the market, she had mentioned a fabric market nestled in the inner block behind the fruit and veg market, ...