Hotel Le Royale
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... if we again at home am friendly, I the travel will book.
Afterwards there is breakfast. I eat two “plain eggs” and FINITE times again a coffee. It is not even half as strong, as at home, but better than keiner^^. After the breakfast, we are fetched from a driver, who is to show us today the whole beautiful environment. Our driver is very more merrily more native with beard, sun glasses and an Indian hat. With “mega thick Goa sound” ...
... with me - not sure if it was because no other dumb white old lady, with very red face, was huffing up the hill or because she liked my earings but I didn't care; it gave me another minute to stop and find my breath ( let alone catch it!).
At the bottom of the climb it has a notice about age verses time etc. noting that humans over 60 (if fit) would take about an hour to do this. Well, if I'm modest, we took way ...
... Hinglish yet when the building was built by whom and how long it took. None of which I can tell you as I understood 'move this way', 'Mahatma Ghandi-ji' and 'England'. After the tour is over the guide asks to talk to me. Afit (tour guide)- 'Did you like the tour madame?' Me - 'yes, the building is beautiful and so many great things happened here. You must really like your job.' Afit - 'do you know that your nose ring is on the wrong side. You should have put it on ...
... around 1,000 monkeys live along with the 2455 meters high cement monkey, orange in colour.
There were some rules:
Don't wear sun glasses - the monkeys will take them and won't give them back until you give them some food. Maybe that explains the food cart vendor at the entrance?
Don't take food in there - the monkeys will know and will take it.
Don't show you are nervous - the ...
... give his explanations in English as well as Hindi, just for me! Strangely though - and I've heard this a fair bit now - when Indians talk in Hindi they often throw in many English words; I don't know if these are words for which there is no direct Hindi equivalent, the word has been 'imported' into the language, or they are speaking in a mixture of Hindi and English. Whichever it is, I was sometimes able to guess what the guide was saying!