Jaypee Residency Manor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... is a long tube which one blows through in order to blast the dart out
the other end. While it evidently takes a great deal of practice to master,
some of us were better than others. I, for instance, could barely make the damn
thing travel more than a meter before it fell to the ground…
The next gun was actually a brand new, swanky, double barreled rifle that Dr. ****m was immensely proud of. Powered by gas canisters, we were each able to ...
... knowledge but in living Vedanta. Swami Tapovanji asked him for a written letter from Swami Sivanandaji. Poojya Gurudev did not have one. Swami Tapovanji sent him back to get one. Poojya Gurudev went back all the way to Rishikesh to get the letter. Swami Sivanandaji said - You passed the first test. Upon returning to Uttarkashi, Swami Tapovanji laid down a condition that he would teach only once and if Gurudev forgot anything or ...
... by three generations of Singhals – right above their shops.
Meanwhile back at my hotel, I am once again subjected to noisy neighbors – this time with dogs! That’s right, the hotel allows these families to bring their family dogs to the hotel! It must say on the hotel’s website that the hotel allows dogs because there are two families staying here now with their dogs. If they didn’t specifically say that they allow ...
... to give up, there was one little fellow with dyed blond hair who called me over and offered to take me home. I waited for his conditions, but he didn’t have any. He was willing to use the meter. I was able to get home for a mere 123 baht, to which I added a tip, bringing the total to 140 baht, which pleased us both. This was the first time that I have come home from the airport to my new home by taxi, so now I have a benchmark of how much it should ...
... to get hungry so I could have lunch – so I could later have dinner at the hotel restaurant where I have access to free internet. But I just don’t get hungry anymore. Perhaps this is my body’s way of telling me that my stomach is not quite healed yet. Or maybe my stomach is scared to eat? I don’t know.
Eventually I went back into town and bought a half a Tandoori chicken to bring back to my room to make sandwiches with. No fewer ...