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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... myself on panic-packing for Nepal as I pulled on thick socks and base layers and that hat I bought that makes me look a bit special but keeps my ears nice and warm. I don't deal very well with the cold, it doesn't take much of a drop in temperature for me to try and cocoon myself in everything I own and wonder if they'll ever work out a way for humans to ...
... reason’, that we can make more money! Our first horseman is, marketing propaganda which manipulates our perceptions of the world and persuades us we need things we don’t. Next there’s the technology driven obsolescence which creates products with shorter and shorter effective lives. Then we have creativity inflaming our desires with new fashions, technology and celebrity, thus ensuring we accumulate so much more than we will ever be able to use. And finally, ...
... could be better, the room has dirty water coming out of the taps and there is no shower. If you want to wash in hot water you have to take your bucket up to the kitchen in the mornings, but even that seems dirty. In addition to this, we both had our flannels stolen by cleaners in previous hotels, so on the first day here I was washing with soap and a wet sock. However we are still having a great time, and its crazy to think that almost three weeks have gone by ...
I became a proud papa on the way to Munnar. Weighing in at just under two pounds, little baby Sri Yum Yum is a beautiful blue plastic rubbish bin that Thijs and I picked up at a stop half way through our bus ride from Alleppey. As was typically the case, we were having absolutely no luck finding anywhere but the street to dispose of the trash we'd accumulated on the bus. Thijs looks over to a hole-in-the-wall store and says "Hey, we should just buy a garbage ...
... I was beginning to resent the nearly-naked men in their dhotis for their near-nakedness while I suffered in my ankle-length skirt and conservative shirts.
The people of Munnar and the surrounding region are gainfully employed by the Tata Tea Company, which provides them with work, housing and social development projects for the community. As a result, the people do not make desperate attempts to sell things to tourists, allowing ...