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... and bumps in the road. It was great fun but not for my passengers I think when they realised I could not even drive a car! We saw literally tonnes of ruins (sorry bad joke) including; the Virupaksha temple complete with an elephant that blessed your head which I found a bit mean for the elephant, the Vittala temple with the famous stone chariot, the Sule Bazaar where hundreds of years ago goods were traded, the Royal Centre which contains the Lotus Mahal, the elephant ...
... room to show us rugs, we could tell by the other goras’ unamused expressions what we would be in for if we were to agree to give him our time. We firmly explained we weren't interested. “How am I supposed to eat?” he quipped. “You could start with selling that Galaxy Tab 3 you've been on since we walked in the door,” I responded.
Jahangir never gave up trying to get us into the trap. Out of the blue, he’d casually mention that ...
... on which is what we were expecting rather it was a watch and learn class. I was rather annoyed at this because I had emailed a few cooking courses and decided to do this more expensive course because it was hands on and was promised something we didn't get. Alas, we got to see prawn vindaloo, chicken cafreal, chicken caldine and other Portuguese inspired cuisines. It wasn't the end of our amazing food experiences in this region - plenty more fresh fish curries were eaten. We ...
... the staff was very nice about the room issue the previous night. They apologized profusely which was really nice. They also said we could leave at any time. The hotel looked really empty for a sunday. Even the lobby had no one in it.
So finally, we got the bags down, and while I was at reception checking about the car to drop us off, a nice business also checking out asked me what flight we were taking and how many bags we had. He said he had a large SUV and a driver ...
... either), and its right to be cleaned had somehow been overlooked whilst I did my regular load of hand washing in the conveniently located buckets in each bathroom (actually I'm "pretty" sure they are for the traditional Indian shower of scooping water over themselves to shower instead of using the Western shower head, but exceptionally convenient - especially for when I'm waiting for the hot water to arrive from its seemingly distant source). Anyway, long story short, ...