Kohinoor Asiana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the deserted ruins of Hampi. From the palm fringed beaches of Goa, to the cold, mountainous and riverine valleys of Kashmir. From riding a camel through a desert, to climbing the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas. Along the way i met so many friendly locals who were always eager to help out and make conversation with me. As i've said before, the scenery and attractions are only half the experience. For me at least, interacting with the locals is a ...
... tourists. Thankfully all the sites have excellent opportunities to buy from both moving and stationary retailers, who prefer to tell us eight times that their goods are both essential and inexpensive. Our eyes are drawn to the giant granite carvings that shop after shop offers. The granite has been beautifully carved and some parts are polished to black while other areas are left a warm grey. Both legendary and contemporary motifs are represented and come in sizes ...
... driver veered to miss a cow on the road, into the path of an oncoming bus. Its driver fortunately swerved and all was fine.
Into Maalampuram [many different spellings] after 2230. Flying solo which is nice. Susie is less happy, sharing with Pam. Off for a Kingfisher at the hotel ...
... A really old ‘complex’ in the colonial style. I don’t really know the exact word to describe it. It’s way bigger and nicer than a house, but calling it a palace would be wrong as well. There’s a few courtyards, several floors, big verandas, wooden balustrades and a nice rooftop. The people staying there were really nice as well, so the days and evenings in Chennai were good. Having to leave India makes me a bit sad, as the last 3 weeks have ...
... I had to go and wash it off!!!! They were all laughing at me when I came back down. Anyway, photos and a video of the man sharpening the scissors. He has to carry that machine on his back all day, walking round to all the different streets sharpening tools for just 10 or 20 rs! Amazing... We left theirs at about 4pm and mum and I wanted to go looking for material and jewellery so we went off to the Express Plaza. Stephen, Guy and Ronnie went off ...