Hotel T.A.P. Gold Crest
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my co-drivers, I have actually improved my bicycle riding skills. I have learned to anticipate the unexpected, become more aware of my surroundings, and acquired more confidence in riding safely on terrible roads and among aggressive drivers.
So, thank you Fulbright for giving me the opportunity to live, work, and ride in India. Because of you, I’ve become not only a more informed conservation biologist but a better bicyclist. ...
... ourselves and, again, the views were out of this world. We saw wild black monkeys in the trees too!! Rajamani acted as our official photographer for the day insisting we pose LOADS at different stop-offs so we now have about 50 photos of us. On the way back down we stopped off at some waterfalls, lakes and an elephant park although we didn't want to go in - Munnar was getting full of Indian coach tours as it is the start of the Indian holidays which runs throughout May.
... I thought this was an amusing example of cultural differences between India and America.
Another funny incident that occurred was while I was eating in the school’s cafeteria my nose started running because the food was spicy. The other people I was with couldn’t understand why my nose was running and they kept asking if I had a cold. I finally just had to tell them I had allergies. To many people here the food is not considered spicy, although to many ...
... Prime Minister, depicts the rise of a village boy to one of the most successful businessmen in Bangalore. It gives a fascinating insight into the psyche of the country and a real understanding of how the caste system here operates. I’ve now started the infamous ‘Shantaram’, a 900 pager chronicling the life of a New Zealand prison escapee who makes his way to India on the run to start a new life. I’ll let you know if it’s worth the effort!]
... International’s world list) but it does boast a laundry list of crocked politicians. In neighbouring Bihar a former state official has admitted to being part of a Rs. 30 crore scam that saw federal government funds intended for housing projects for the poor instead being pocketed by middlemen in league with the politicians. Fewer than 8 per cent of the promised 64,000 houses were built.
4. Questions were also raised about how one Koda associate was able to ...