Meadows Residency - Ooty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cared for in a casual way friend's would do. Smriti sat with me at the bonfire the previous night and we chatted for hours about differences in our lives and desires and hopes. I felt like I had known her for years. We exchanged information as I left and I hope to stay in touch, but traveling sometimes opens up your eyes and creates bonds that don't need to last. They are fleeting and physically short lived, but will leave you with an impression for the rest of your life.
... We really enjoyed our time in Ooty and could easily spend more time here, although we would look to buy a big fluffy warm duvet if that were the case! Ooty is known as the queen of hill stations and Kodaikanal, our next stop, is said to be the princess of hill stations; IE similar but smaller and with less people. So with this in mind we booked a bus for 9.30 am tomorrow morning excited to see the princess and relieved that we didn't get eaten by the man eating tiger of Ooty! ...
... along the way for coffee and a snack. We often eat dinner in our hotel but we will go out if we get a good recommendation. There are lots of familiar fast food chains here (we even saw a Domino's yesterday) but we haven't tried any. I tried a glass of Indian wine one night, it reminded me of Mexican wine so I am sticking with the Kingfishers and the occasional G&T. My favourite dishes so far are tandoori chicken and fish ...
... today that’s one of the varieties of snakes that likes to hang out in the long grass on the side of the field!
Whilst Philip was busy breaking down, I was having a splendiferous time back at the house with Shobana, Lee and Caroline playing dress-ups. Shobana and I had been having a philosophical discussion about the beauty of the sari – its femininity and the vibrant, beautiful colours it comes in – and Shobana said she’d lend me one for the festival ...
... of making it look like you have a choice. It amounts to a no-lose proposition from his perspective.
Related to this is a tactic I have noticed when looking to buy other items at various shops, like belts and shirts. In the non-Indian world, these items are put on display in a way that makes it easy for the customer to inspect the items without the need for help from a sales assistant. In India, these items are stored in a way that make it ...