The Regenza by Tunga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Elsa and Fred, starring Shirley McLaine and Christopher Plummer, it was hilarious, we thoroughly enjoyed it. In the afternoon we visited the library to try to sort out our internet then returned to our stateroom to dress for dinner. This evening we had another couple join us from Australia, Colin and Irma.
We returned to our drawn down bed and chocolates and snuggled up at ...
... and he nearly fell off his cycle but he looked so unhappy I though an old white bird winking would brighten his day. Alas, I nearly had the poor buggar killed. Talking of white people, it's so easy for us to cross the roads here. I say easy but do not compare it to anywhere in the UK. There are 5 vehicles in 2 lanes at all times, they are ALL tooting their horns so you just have to grab your **** in both hands, see a small gap, step out and let ...
... for 40 minutes to catch the 6 o'clock train to Chennai. The station was packed with people sleeping on the concrete platform. Our train was much better than the previous train with business class seats, television and breakfast included. A very pleasant 5 hour trip. We arrived in Chennai and porters boarded the train, grabbed our bags from the racks which started a screaming match and pulling of bags between us and them. Eventually ...
... know we would be seeing many many more monkeys. 4. Elephanta Caves - this is an island which is about an hour boat ride away from South Mumbai. The boat is more like a ferry and leaves from the Gateway of India, another landmark in Mumbai. Otter and I left my grandmother, Patti's place around 8am so that we could take the first ferry over to the caves. We got there with enough time to get pictures in front of the gateway and enough time to get swindled by a couple of ...
... the resturant. When we enquire about its location he looks confused and let's us know that we are in a part of the city that has a similar sounding name. When we reiterate that we are looking for a restaurant called Samrat he gives us a little chuckle and assures us that he now knows where to go. We just weren't being clear. He then proceeds to poll over to any restaurant that begins with the letter S. With a faint smile he looks at us with a look of hope in his eyes that maybe this time ...