Hotel Shri Ram Excellency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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... would spar for one of your spare hands, try to swing from your arms and tap your shoulders to get you to notice them. One girl touched my umbrella with curiosity and I opened it for her - this resulted in a chorus of excited squeals as kids ran over and pushed each other away for a chance to stand under it. I was honestly surprised as it almost seemed as though they had never seen an umbrella before - a couple of very young children motioned for me to do it again and ...
... like some roti - I had brought my peanut butter jar into the restaurant with me. Every friend I know who has been to India has told me that they only got sick when they ate outside of a "tourist class" restaurant. This would definitely constitute eating outside of a tourist class restaurant, and I just didn't have the courage for it. I figured that the roti would be safe enough, given that it was being cooked in a hot tandoor oven that I could see through the open window to ...
... days in Mumbai. This was the end of an outstanding trip that was organised and led by 'Commodore' Peter Johns who was very ably assisted by his wife Karen. To have been part of a trip that was so carefully organised and managed was simple fantastic. Our welcome and continuing hospitality was greatly enhance by having a leader with an 'illustrious' title (as one would expect as a previous commodore of the Royal Brighton Yacht Club!) as titles are a pivotal focus point in Indian ...
... relationship with India. It is beautiful, amazing, unique and interesting, yes. However, it is also smog filled, busy, loud, dirty, overwhelming and frustrating. All you can do is take a deep breath and hope that you don't get run over by a tuk-tuk (or step in cow dung).
For the rest of our day, we drove to a nearby village to visit the local people who make pottery. We traveled through the dusty desert on the ...
... broken English.
Contrary to Western belief, opium wasn't smoked in hookahs, they were (and still are) used for scented tobacco. Opium was crushed in a bowl, water was added, it was strained through fabric and drunk as tea. It's illegal these days and saffron water is used symbolically in its place but back then (and still today albeit covertly) it was used for all manner of ceremonies. Births, ...