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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to be met by Amber and the kids at the final stretch. After breakfast we caught the bus to Hatton where we would go our separate ways. The kids sit with the girls and Amber and I feel like we have the two best au pairs in the world. We are all sorry to say goodbye to our new friends and as we wave and watch them disappear into the crowd large hot tears slip down Kier’s face onto the dust of the bus stand.
Our final bus journey from Kandy to Negombo to ...
... by their short name. All curiosity extended to me has been incredibly respectful.
I have only seen four others here of Western decent. Three Russians I saw in a Pizza place and an American I saw walking in a mall. Pegged them by overhearing their accent! So I am an almost total anomaly here. Something I am eating up and is a nice change from being in places the entire last year where they cater to tourists! It is a nice change to be in a non-touristic place! ...
... taught us to make a quick chicken masala, helped us get some American dollars changed to rupees (this took well over an hour of sitting in the bank because they had to verify that our American money was real, they wouldn't take one bill because of a tear less than a half centimeter long, and their printer wasn't working to provide us with a receipt), and tried to get us a phone with an Indian Sim card for cheaper local calls (this has been an ongoing challenge due to phones ...
... took an hour rather than two hurs, but the actul 5 zip lines were awesome and we enjoyed flying in the sky at high speed and altitudes.
After the adventure, we got back with the car to Chandigarh, went to buy some Kashmir scarves and got back to the hotel, where we rested a bit and headed for the lounge for a pre-dinner thingie.
Later that evening we realized one ...
... Egg noodle at Suk 11 in Bangkok, £3.50 for two including drinks. Biryani and chapatti feast at Nay in Mandalay, £2.60 for both of us! The choice in Cochin for our special dinner was pretty extensive. After a look around town at the various "Christmas Menu's" we had opted for the upper mid range Koder House, offerings a dizzying number of courses and the additional benefit of being a rare "Wine and Beer Parlour"! The set menu was 2500 Rupee each and included a bottle of wine, ...