Mapple Empire Regency Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... dinners and then it was time to get some fabrics for my salwar kameez. It's a tunic top, trousers and a scarf. I wear a lot of tunics anyway so couldn't wait to get stuck in. The fabrics varied from very cheap cotton to the best quality silk. I got a silk mix nice but affordable. I want them for festies, wearing around the house and things like that. I was measured up by the tailor, chose a tunic style and told to come back tomorrow. The table cloth and 2 salwar cost £50. Not bad for ...
... in his comment book. He was just as grateful for us as we were of him and it was a sad moment knowing we were not only leaving this peaceful village but also heading back into the mayhem of an Indian city. He was nice enough to have his co-worker drive us to the river crossing as we made our way to the rickshaw stand to begin bargaining a price to the nearby city where our bus was departing from. Yet another overnight sleeper bus was awaiting and city next on the list was Mangalore. ...
... on the ridge overlooking the city. 5 into each jeep and off we went, not sure if their brakes worked as we nearly had the following jeep in with us. On the way up the driver told us "7438" so we had to remember it to come down in the same vehicle, not sure why as the drivers were picking us 5 out of the crowd after 2 hours we must stand out but he was correct.
Visited a craft centre but after the intro, demo ...
... th wrong buttons. Mo - Seeing the hotel in the morning without the benefit of the muted evening light and Islamic soundtrack, the full grimness of our surroundings was more obvious, and the chicken spring rolls unwisely chosen by Billy the previous evening had started to take their toll. Nevertheless, with the prospect of the Taj Mahal at sunrise on our itinerary, we dutifully set the alarm once more for 5.00am to ensure we were ready ...
Last night was our last night in Mumbai and our last night on the ship. We had to pack up our bags into two different destination, one for Delhi and one for Jaipur. This morning we had to get up at 6 am, eat a bite and be in the theater by 6:40 am. they divided us into the most bizarre scheme, groups, colors and then bus numbers. Group 1 had 170 people in it. We had seven buses ...