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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... an area called the Capital Complex. We thought it was an ugly monstrosity but beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Much more to our taste was the Rock Garden. This was the secret creation of a government worker called Nek Chand. It wasn't discovered for over 15 years and it is an extraordinary collection of sculptures and beautiful waterfalls made out of rubbish and concrete. It is the second most visited tourist attraction in India after the Taj ...
... on their face than in their mouth. Kind of like those weddings when the bride and groom shove rather than place the cake into each other's mouth. Then we had dinner. There never was any formal opening of gifts although I took a few shots of her eating something she had in a bag in the family bedroom. I think that is where she put her gifts. As quickly as it began it ended with Goodley telling me "I like you", as we drove away. I like you too Goodley...Happy ...
... of eating breakfast is to eat breakfast". I think the second child is correct. The purpose of eating is to eat. Wisdom words....another practice I want to try to cultivate. Eating here is a practice in eating. On the ground with the plate in front, everyone served, except the "second batch" people who are the women and cooks. Then they eat, no cell phones, no tv, no books,just their hands the food and a little conversation.
... head of hair and scruffy beard over to a smart young man to ship into shape. As this was Mark's first ever shave with another person holding the blade, it was worth a TV session and all the barbers in this tiny shop all paid studious attention to the unfolding drama! Happy to report Mark survived as did the poor man whose job was sorely supervised!
Day ended with room service and a lousy movie - ...
... an excited little pug dog, Jullian/Junior (Shaun thinks it was Junior. He's wrong : ) yapping at our feet. This was immediately followed by a crowd of beaming aunts, uncles, cousins and the cutest grandma in the world. Grandma liked to give us lots of hugs and affectionate cheek strokes. She loved us : ) Once everyone was gathered in the living room (which was decorated in the style of an 18th century British Palace) we tucked into ...