Hotel Maurya International
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... conversation with the driver, I realised that this would be a tough trip as he seemed pretty blur with the places and route. Well since we were already here, there is nothing much that we could do, moreover this is Deepavali season and it may be tough to get other drivers as replacement.
First thing that we did was to give him an outline of the trip and we came up with a brief ...
... I would be ok with a cockroach in my food in India. I mean I wouldn't eat the meal, but I would be able to eat other meals. Turned out I was wrong and this one bad experience has out me off eating Indian food for the past three and a half years. It was probably the overdose of masala spice that contributed to this aswell. I did have three months solid eating of this stuff. Anyway we arrived at the Reputable restaurant and were served with a masala dosa each. Time to conquer my fear. ...
... upon check in. Good thing since I got lost several times. The next morning I took a walk around the hotel to find the breakfast buffet and get my bearings. The breakfast buffet was huge and full of all sorts of interesting Indian dishes. I had decided when ordering dinner on the plane to stick to vegetarian foods while I was in India. There is so much variety of vegetarian available and I thought it would be a chance ...
... level have at least one servant that cleans and helps cook. Even the less fortunate houses have this because the servants are so affordable to everyone. They are extremely happy with $100/month and they work their butts off. To anyone who is feeling sorry for themselves, take this information to appreciate what you have :)
I'm signing off now.
Perhaps getting a bit homesick and certainly missing my sweet little pups... oh and family too :) ,
... I think Theresa said it best when she describe the South Indians as Passionate in their conversations, as I was taken by surprise at how quickly I was surrounded by the barking and waving mob of which bus would take us to onwards. Despite my numerous attempts to clarify when the NEXT bus would be leaving so that we might catch a spot of breakfast, we took our seat defeated but happy to be heading in the right direction.
Breakfast was a fantastically relaxing affair ...