King's Kourt Hotel
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- Free parking
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... messages with people ahead of the next stage of the trip, and wishing people a preemptive Merry Christmas.
Dinner was a selection of South Indian dishes in the restaurant downstairs. Towards the end of the meal, a guy joined me at my table as the others were full.
I told him my good name sir and we began to chat. It turns out he went to University College Durham about 13 years ago. We spoke about the Castle and how ...
... After we vaguely evaded her pleas for a bit the nurse agreed to put Robert on the phone.
Rob appeared to be in relatively good spirits for someone that has just had a scooter accident in the hills of India. The expected inquiries were made and the answers were as follows. Rob has fractured his arm and his doctor believes a pin/plate will be needed based on the location of the fracture more than the severity. At least that's the impression I got. ...
... rupees and instead gave him 300. He followed us into the hotel where he was complaining to the hotel manager who acted as a middle-man-turned-translator. The hotel manager agreed that Prabu was a typical dishonest tuk tuk driver who only cares for tourists' money. I ended up paying 50 rupees just so he would **** off. After re doing my foot we headed off to find an Internet cafe so that we could do a numerical test for Sam. Not fun. Aslam, our driver, ...
... remembered something that the head honcho at the Ashram told us about food and memories. He said 'we don't like one food better than the other - it's just that certain food evokes memories of our family and friends and of good times.' He was exactly right!
We spotted our bus and for the tenth time that afternoon go to the loo, apprehensive about the next 15 hours ahead and where and when it may stop - and if there will be more crunching cockroaches underfoot.
Onwards to ...
... easing myself, some mild stretching and just observing the carnival atmosphere. We were lined up for a customary briefing on the Dos and Donts and other trivia about the route by two eloquent and entertaining jockeys or is there a word like marathon jockey (MJ). I hate to use the word Marathon loosely, like it is very often done in our country, marathon is 42.2km, and is not equal to running two 21.1km. So I believe with conviction that this ...