Hotel Jasmine Palace
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... drink in a bottle.
Sleepy Fishing Villages
We pulled over and walked on one of the many secluded beaches strewn with simple wooden fishing boats. A group of fishermen were having a break in the shade waved at us. They asked us where we were from. They all had big smiles when we told them " USA". One of them inserted, "Bush" another corrected him and said ...
- There are any articles on the history of the two Italian marines 'in Indian newspapers apart from that of a few weeks ago when it was published the news that the High Court of Justice of India had demanded the return to India of the sick marine who came to Italy for a surgery and who has to go back to India within the next 15th January- According to an Italian woman met in India the marine is very well in his 5-star hotel and would ...
I arrived here on Saturday after travelling in unreserved sleeper class for a couple of hours... Being unreserved meant that the carriage was already packed, so I was so greatful when a big beardy guy offered for me to sit with his family, squishing them all up to accommodate me and my bag... Imagine my surprise when I discovered his family included the lovely Punjabi's I met in first class a few days before! We all had a lovely chat, and again, they force fed ...
... were large and open and the zoo is set among woodlands and gardens, with towering bamboo trees and lofty Bayan trees.
We had some much needed refreshments in an air conditioned cafe away from the zoo, called Cherries and Berries which claims to specialize in comfort foods such as waffles, pizza, good coffee and milk shakes. I had a jacket potato with garlic mushrooms and peppers. I have to say I left slightly dissapointed as I had expected great things and the menu ...
... take in your surroundings. I have definitely found India to be such a contrast. Most of the people are so dignified, polite and dress beautifully. They take pride in their shop/home etc constantly sweeping and washing down the street outside their shops but the surrounds of these are used as dumping grounds for anything and everything. The waterways are choked with rubbish yet people still use this to drink, wash and bathe in. It is fascinating to see huge palatial homes ...