Hotel Grand Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Rajasthan. It is around a 100 hectare estate which is what is left of the estate since Independence, which comprises of orchards with groves of cashew nuts, mango and teak trees with the occasional tamarind tree, there is village close by. Before Independence the maharaja's family owned thousands of hectares which were repossessed by the government. JP's father and mother reside in the house in a separate wing. He manages the tree crops and JP and Vavneeta the home stay. ...
... of a relative of some sort. I have given up on pinning down the connections as we use relative terms in different ways. For example they call all their cousins sisters or brothers. I was pretty anal about this when I first got here,,,,"but I thought you didn't have any sisters. How can this be your sister?....,,but I met your brother in law's wife and that is not her. How can that be your....". Can't you just hear me? I'm hoping to leave some of ...
... the hotel being lazy. I might go visit the Tribal Museum, but I am really enjoying the air conditioning, wifi and soft bed. Will attach some pictures of my accommodations at VYK since I have wifi access and can upload my pictures. Hope you are enjoying your day as ...
It wasn't the wrong trousers it was a close shave!
My roughty toughty image suffered a bit of a set back today following a shave and a face massage - it was all good until the 450 rupee bill. The most a good ferangi shave should be is about 50 rupees and it's usually about 20 / 30 if a suitable roadside affair. I fully appreciate the white skin tax rule but even ...
... and sense of direction mode and was soon back over the hooghly river and heading south. This was the same bridge that Richard and I had used to enter Kolkata so all was good. It was a nice feeling to know that I was once more back on track and heading south.
I made good progress and was soon scooting along national highway 5 and was feeling ever so slightly excited about seeing the sea. Following discussion with Abishek I'd decided to stick to the highway ...