Hotel Marc Royale
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with a bike as I have in other places.
I do get the stares! And as I say I smile back and usually say hi. This turns slack jaws into big smiles and engagement! "What country?!", "What is your good name?", "Ah Canada! It is a great country!" EVERYBODY loves Canada!!
I had an 'extended' conversation with an older hotel owner...
I asked him his age
"Fifty five!" He said
"Wow!" I said, "Fifty five! And you still have dark hair!"
He said, ...
... they seem to have this idea that westerners wear sunglasses all the time...even inside...in the dark...) Not satisfied with simply looking at a monument or statue, they insist on clambering all over it, generally grinding their hips and screaming while their friends take photos. In the more natural spots such as waterfalls, they all insist on striping down to their underwear which is general pants so small at the front, they look like ...
... was still feeling pretty terrible and not looking forward to the Sleeper train back. No AC class for the class Kwants this time, they would be riding true Indian style.
As we found our place on the carriage we realised we’d be sharing with a family and their baby. Yup. Noise. We didn’t really sleep much and Tim was back and forth to the toilet all through the night. Back in Udaipur we made it to the haven of Filadelfia and slept for a day!
... with a tent, cooking stove, multitool etc. He needs to find a shop where he can buy those things he lost just a few hours ago.
Finding the National Highway No. 1 in Delhi was quite a big problem. The roads are badly marked and somehow they put very small towns on the signs instead of bigger, well known ones. Additionally, people, if asked, will often give you wrong answers. I was told it's in their culture that they cannot admit they don't know, so ...
... me up at 8 and we headed to the venue to set up and have some dinner - the menu was all Thai food so it was water chestnuts in plum sauce followed by green chicken curry for me. A couple more of Sukhmani's girlfriends came to meet us and we bonded by laughing at a stiff couple at the next table who were obviously on a terrible date - we had no language barrier as like most upper-class Indians, the girls generally speak English to ...