Hotel Vijoya International
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... knowledge and lucid and considered thinking, we could have been front page of the Australian press had we been caught up in this mess. I'm still rather shaken over this; potentially, a bad situation to encounter. We were later to hear, that the driver will be required to pay compensation of many rupee to the family(ies) of the dead. The act of setting upon those involved in road accidents is also "practiced" in many other parts of India. Back to the other events ...
... guests and so had the pleasure of the Prince's and his wife's company for an after dinner chat and then coffee in the royal courtyard. We enjoyed this and the conversation with the royal couple. As was the case for the subsequent, somewhat very early breakfast on the next morning. The palace was constructed some 150 years ago and is currently being renovated by the Prince and his wife. A heritage feature which was an experience for all of us. Michelle ...
... was Ichchapuram. The sight of seeing 1000 trucks stalled at the border was routine. Careers have been made with the talent of releasing a truck there !
Today was a long heavy day full of driving as I aimed to put the maximum distance possible. Crossed the Godavari near Rajahmundry - at least there was water in the Godavari. Past the congestion of Vizag - there is no bypass for this town and I faced the full attention of kamikaze two wheelers. My hands are ...
I arrived yesterday evening and it was not easy to find an hotel, all full, except for a miserable and expensive room that I found after an hour of walking around the railway station.
This morning I labored to find the tourist office in Bubaneshwar and when I got there, I found that the tours begin from tomorrow, so I took a rick shaw and went in search of the temples of the Middle Ages, cute, stone ...
... in India when I leave. So back to the story. We went into the home and met these beautiful one month old twin boys. I will let the pictures speak for themselves except to say the younger woman is Kabita who is Manoj's sister and the older woman is not the grandmother, but a woman from the village who was helping out. Apparently it is a custom that when mothers give birth the "grandmothers" in the village come and help out. What a treat for all ...