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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... but just after that I was not happy about being here. The loud noises, the stinky smells, the dirty everything, the ill-mannered people, the horrible service, the difficulty to do everything, the people harassing us, was all really starting to get to me.
Every time we left our hotel over the past few days, and even when we were sitting in our dirty hotel, I was so annoyed, even downright angry, and I all I could think about was the ...
... dedicated to the various gods in Indian Hindu mythology.
Lot of sculptures are out of single huge boulders, that show case the extremely good artisan work of the historic era.
We spent quality time in the Shore Temple, Varaha Cave, Krishna's Butter Ball, amazed by the uniqueness amongst the variety.
Around evening, we strolled into a packed beach, with entire families, cooling off their burnt souls and bodies, ...
... an area we haven’t visited before, and which is famous for its temples. When we booked we hadn’t considered that we might already be templed-out from Burma, but hopefully they’ll be different as Burma was mainly Buddhist, and Tamil Nadu will be Hindu.
Sunday 9th February Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Chennai (India)
We pack and down to a big breakfast, which might have to last us a long while as we are flying ...
... They took full advantage of this by gouging us on the taxi ride into town, which cost a fixed 700 rupees. That’s much more than the seven hour train ride from Delhi would have cost. An obvious solution would have been to provide a bus to bring people into town from the airport, but why do that when all foreigners are rich and dumb, right?
Once in Dehra Dun, I still had to get myself to my final destination of Mussoorie, which was still an hour ...
... were never filled, but otherwise we settled in quite well. Suffice to say we were offered the local breakfast for the next day if we cared to order there and then and, twenty-four hours later, we were indeed served up a veritable banquet: stringers, hoppers, coconut roti, sambol and dahl.
In addition Ihad reservations about the bathroom which had no external lighting but did haveclinically shining marble tiles giving it a kind of vault-like aura: singing ...