Hotel Chanchal Continental
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... Diane picked out a tiny Ganesh (an elephant good luck symbol) for our trinket holder hanging on the kitchen wall. Finding something we liked was only part of the fun...haggling for it was the rest of the adventure. We found one shop with really nice detailed carvings but they were out of our price range.
We wandered through some caves carved out of granite, with figures, columns etc. Their old carved lighthouse from the 9th century still stood with reasonably ...
... tuk tuk ride can go so awry. Just another unpredictable day in India. We did go on to visit other markets, sites and areas using tuk tuks and the Metro and thankfully did not have any other experiences that required contingency planning on our part. As our house sitting obligations were drawing to a close and Carol’s husband back from Australia we had a few days before our flight for England to fill in. We decided to visit Jaipur, The Pink City and wanted to travel ...
... financing. We as a club would then scan the applications, picking out the 5 we think have the most potential. Those loans would then be given and administered with quarterly reports and check-ups passed along to the group. In the meantime, we would be bringing in guest speakers to educate the Babson community about micro finance, in addition to attempting to gain funding from Babson’s innovation fund to start up our domestic lending arm of the club. After ...
... this menu could be offered back home. The day flew by once again and ended up rushing back to the hotel so Tessa could pack and be on her way. It was a great last day to spend with my new friend and was very sad to say farewell although I know we will keep in touch. I saw her off in the lobby and decided to go to the restaurant attached to the hotel for one last Indian meal and more blogging. As I was eating, someone calls my name and it's Kate! I knew she ...
... We left with nothing but bridget could finally walk properly again. Knackered and a little blistered we prayed our taxi man wasn't going to take us back to the tourist office and thank god he took us back to the hotel. We had made it a whole day without 1 crash, well at least that's what we thought, as the driver accidentally hit a pedestrian right outside our street. Needless to say this guy was ****** off and was shouting at our driver through the window. At this point I ...