The Prestige Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Just back from shopping in Mangalore. We were trying to find a chemist and ended up buying over the counter in the street. People here so much more friendly than in Mumbai. Tuk tuks everywhere and coconut and banana palms. The guide on the shuttle bus sang to us and then put on his mothers sari to show - never a dull ...
... s right I had the major league panics....I tried to deal with it. I tried to concentrate on how the other passengers weren't having a London Palladium style song & dance about it...but those walls kept closing in and it got warmer and warmer........to add to the fun the bunks are supported by chains and this made you feel even more snug and secure. After 30 minutes I cracked and had to get the hell out of there and so scrambled out into the aisle having the merry shakes ...
... had not booked a hotel. But, we had bought the Lonely Planet on my kindle so we had a list of options. The driver had no idea how to get to the first ones so we had to ask around a bunch but finally found it. And, it was full. So we went to number 2. Also full. We were getting a bit nervous but, we'd figure it out. Why hadn't we thought to book in advance? Or ask the doctor for a recommendation? He goes to Mangalore every month and stays over, I'm sure he knew of somewhere. ...
... My friends encouraged me for a few minutes and then one of them was like, "Wait, are you serious? I thought this was a joke. You don't actually want a peacock dress, do you?" Yes, I DID. And I got it. I figured it would be my birthday dress! It cost me about $6. There was one small problem. Here, you don't really just wear a dress. They are really just tops. So, I needed pants to go under it (for wearing in India. When I wear it at home, which I will of course do ALL ...
With 1.6 million workers, the Indian Railway System is reportedly the second largest employer on the planet. In my train loving mind it's a fabulous system. You can travel almost everywhere. I do suspect though, that when the British left in 1947 that they dismantled the cleaning department and perhaps took all of the cleaning staff back home with them.
I'd been lulled to a wonderful sleep ...