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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that I just have to laugh. They are (rather annoyingly and unscrupulously) trying to make a buck: for a night out of drinking or saving up for their families. Everyone is trying to get something. I’ve found that just by laughing it diffuses the situation for me (mostly) and for the person on the other end. Why should my mood be negatively altered from someone else who I don’t know? When I laugh and stop taking the interaction so seriously, then they laugh and both of ...
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... hundred rupees for the knife , we were hot and sweaty on the way back to the hotel and needed to get to the station , could take 20 mins to an hour depending on traffic !
Martin’s smile greeted me with his pen knife in hand – boys and their toys eh! We had a quick few seconds of AC in the room before lugging our bags into the waiting tuk tuk outside.We had planned to leave at 9.30 am to give us plenty of time , we left just after 10.00 am.
... made it even more different was that this was all filmed and photographed by a team of camera men genuinely big enough for a Bollywood movie! After being on a budget we relished in the free canapes and drinks, whilst mingling with various cousins and other family members. Bollywood music set the atmosphere and everyone seemed to be having a good time.
Sonam and Ruben made their entrance after about half an hour. They ...
... five percent of the population is Hindu, with 25% Christian, 19% Muslim, and 1% mixed. In fact, out of the 1 billion people who live in India, only 2% are Christian, with 35% of the 2% living in Cochin. The port city exports teak, coir (coconut fiber), seafood, nuts, and spices, spices, and more spices. Babo tells us Kerala is the best state in India in which to live. We all know about the arduous caste system that exists in India. In 1957, for the first ...