Hotel Swati Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... year, here is a link to it. http://www.travelpod.com/trave l-blog-entries/the-wanderer/1/139479809 0/tpod.html Dr Anil met us in reception and guided us up thro the alleyways to his other clinic because the hotel only has one treatment room. I didn't go far up the alleyways last time because I was on my own and you can never tell when they will stop but this time with the blokies in tow we just kept going and going and going. We popped up at his clinic and I ...
... were using... I had to give most of it away, I think my stomach shrunk a little over these last couple weeks.
Following dinner a few of us played giant scrabble, where I rediscovered how rubbish I am with scrabble... If it wasn't for the Canada-chinese guy playing with us I would have come last! The rest of the evening was spent chatting to various people, its such a relaxed atmosphere here and so so good to be around other travellers.
On my 2nd day myself, ...
... moving lane. Swapping lanes rarely seems to change my predicament and anything from total dismay to extreme road rage soon sets in. In Delhi however they have come up with a solution. Simply drive in both lanes until the correct decision is obvious, then barge your way in whether there's already three rows of traffic to that one lane or not. My taxi driver seemed particularly skilled. But somehow, and with the help of almost constant use of the horn, ...
... and he invites me to breakfast on the roof. It is cold and I see my breath as I carry my plate from the kitchen to the table. I have rice, Indian bread (proper name I can't pronounce yet, maybe because my hearing is not yet in tact), yogurt, and chai tea. The rice and bread were good and the chai tea was delicious. The yogurt tasted like spoiled milk and I am sure that I will be paying for it dearly later on. I am the only volunteer here ...
... perhaps more ISL based, but generally regional variation (even down to how to do the alphabet ... Particularly annoying at a Deaf meet with kids from all over ...) is crazy and there is no printed dictionary to signpost through this confusion. Though RP SIngh is currently covering the Punjab form. Oralism is pretty much the dominant form (for ye non-deaf studies amongst you that is teaching speech and educating through speech, no sign language) and there are ...