Hotel Royal Castle
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... the Indian press that up to the semi-finals (where India was beaten by Australia) some 635 million people watched the games played in Australia and New Zealand. This made the 2015 world cup the most watched series: aiding this coverage was the fact that it was broadcast in 6 languages, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Malayan, Kannada, English. Biggest marketing campaign in Indian TV history where 1 out of 2 Indians watched the cricket
b) the death of the former ...
... confirm institute location, when I told him that I don’t know
the exact location of the institute. Both of them were very kind and good guys. In the meantime, I reached Jammu. I thanked
them and they wish me best of luck and I went towards the platform to get out
of the train.
I came out of the Jammu station and went to the Jammu bus &
taxi stand. From there I took a sharing
taxi till Srinagar which is less costly ...
... of open sewers and curry, the deafening street noise, music blaring in restaurants, the sights of dusty begging kids, spitting... Right, it doesn't come as a surprise but I am proof that even the most seasoned travelers needs a little time to become a little numb to the assaults on the senses. My ears, my nose and my eyes are still protesting.... Give me a week and it will get better.
Fly to the Northeast or Take ...
... my last flight. 2 curries with rice, a cucumber salad and a milky dessert. It was still nice the second time around. After this meal I could not keep my eyes open. I fell asleep until we landed in chennai at about 6:30pm Indian time. I went through customs, collected my backpack and went outside into the 29 degree heat to find myself a taxi. Hello India! I was bombarded my taxi drivers. I took one and we drove a little crazily into the city centre where ...
... a bluffing game (incase you couldn't guess) we had been playing for about 10 mins when Kumar our taxi driver turned up- battered. We had donated two of our strong 8% beers to him because we didn't like them very much and he had polished them off and wanted in on the action. So here we were, our nice game interrupted by our lightweight taxi driver who not only didn't understand the rules that well but whose English (speaking and understanding) did not improve with alcohol. It was ...