The Prestige Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which would come to wreck us and bring us to our knees (almost)! Only if we turned towards Ratlam from Ujjain. You will know why subsequently.
There were hell lot of preparation needed. A lot! Everything from toothbrush till saddle bags and vehicle servicing. Everything was to be taken care of. We collected all info. Bought all the stuff we needed. It was a lot. But we managed everything.
4 months ago…
Now the next step was to tell Akshita that I ...
... checked in and had a little napette as I was feeling a little COLD. It's the first time I've felt cold since the UK back in Feb I guess? I should perhaps have realised things weren't all as good as I'd hoped when the nice security guard asked me to move my bike to a less obvious location. Seeing as it was at the front of the hotel I couldn't see the problem until he explained 'men - drinking'. Ah ha - drunk men on ...
... out clothes for us to look at. And, we were interested in ready-made clothes as well. In the shops around here, clothes are all folded up, and frequently in a clear plastic bag. I'm not sure how it works if you speak Kannada (the local language) or Hindi but for us, what usually happens is we walk in and ask for something and they pull out something totally different. Like if I gesture to the top my friend is wearing, a mid-thigh length top that is two different ...
... high tides. I was very upset that I missed to find this in my research before travel. Spent time in Malpe beach had clicked few snaps, drove through the beach roads towards Udupi town. Stopped for lunch in restaurant Thamboolam in Udupi town, where we had a nice Konkani style meal for lunch which includes a spicy fish curry and a fish fry(rava coated before dry-frying).
Since St. Mary's ...
... a regular background noise.
Realising this was a "passenger train" as opposed to "an express with reservation" - therefore no "Chair Chair AC" - our nervousness was tangible. The platform was 10 deep. We sharpened our elbows as the train approached, and believe you me the tussle was far worse than the first day of the Harrods sale. So seat established, and accompanied by goats and groceries, our last train leg had to be the most memorable of them all. There ...