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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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... gate at Brown Residency without a reservation. It is an impeccably maintained modern guesthouse with just three guestrooms. We were in luck and they had a room for us. Matthew, the owner, runs this place and another one nearby. He is a cordial guy and has a wealth of information. We were content to settle in early and work out the logistics of visiting the backwaters independently.
... We also wondered why there are so many pigs about………….India ns, like Muslims, dont generally eat pork as far as we are aware so just what is the purpose of pigs in this country I pondered….
Train journeys are never peaceful - the trains tend to be full of locals with us the only Westerners, certainly that we’d seen so far on our Indian travels. We continued to be fairly astounded by the noises that ...
... have a cooked breakfast. We dock for the night in small group of boats and sleep surprisingly well.
It was a fine little adventure but in truth we have been looking forward to our next stop ever since Mumbai. We have three days in a resort called A Beach Symphony, just four fabulous cottages on the beach. The particular aspect that delights is that the separate loo and shower room are open to our own private garden. We cant explain why this ...
... asked Jackie to take pictures with her children! Sweet! After a couple hours running around the garden, off we went to the lake. There were a few shop vendors, food, some amusement rides, colorful swan paddle boats and a mechanical bull?!?!?!? I grew up in Texas and have seen my share of honky tonk mechanical bull rides, but I just was not expecting that in India. No one was riding it but after the camel ordeal I was too tired to bring my Texas ...
... on how smart I looked! I had already found a willing 'volunteer' to help me as I find it very mentally hard work doing all the paperwork whilst trying mentally to store their names into my head. It seems to me a bit like rubbing your stomach and patting you head - or juggling many bits of paper. I just explained who I was, crossed off their names and wrote out the name badges and informed them of where there bunks were. I ...