Hotel Surya Kiran
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... After a quick lunch break, we met up with Dr. ****m again, but this time, it was in a more hands on setting. Outside of one of the buildings, he
and his team of professional exotic animal veterinarians set up a demonstrative
firing range for us to try out some of their equipment!
Before we were able to fire any weapons though, we needed to understand the different parts of what we would be firing. Therefore, we spend the first hour going through ...
... respite to its visitors, from
the dust-laden and hot streets of packed towns and cities in the plains.
The area of Kanatal is definitely a paradise on this land, which is
waiting to be explored. This is the time to go ahead and chalk out the
plans for a trip to the hill station, the team of 180 Degree Resorts will provide all the necessary assistance to make your stay a pleasant memory that would last a ...
... up anymore. So I asked the good doctor to go with me to the restaurant and translate the rest of the menu for me to see if I could find something else I liked.
As it turned out, there wasn’t anything else I liked on the menu – at least nothing that I thought wouldn’t make me sick – so we left the restaurant. So I ended up eating the chicken noodle soup at the Thai restaurant in the center of town. It’s good, but not ...
... 8217;s trick at the Bangkok airport to go up to the departure level to grab a taxi that has just dropped off a departing passenger. The taxis for arriving passengers require the payment of a surcharge, in addition to the fact that they tend to cheat/overcharge passengers. So I headed for the departure level. The drivers of the first four taxis that I approached had a variety of excuses as to why I should pay more than the meter rate for my ride home. ...
... and I was looking forward to meeting them, but (a) I got sick; and (b) I didn’t know where their hotel was – until today. At 5,500 rupees a night, it cost exactly what I am paying for my room – per week. Ha. Anyway, I found out that Scott’s friends had already checked out on Thursday (two days ago) and gone to Risikesh. I’m really sorry I missed them.
On the top of Gun Hill were a bunch of little stalls, selling useless **** ...