Neemrana'S Tower House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Is this how they keep everyone employed in India with all this pointless 10-times over checking when nothing can have possibly changed?! We left slightly late, around 7.20am. Back to Oman, but not staying this time. I loved South india (and wrote this paragraph before the airport) It was so easy, hassle free, no one staring, no one was rude. It was so green and beautiful. I really want to come back. (which is all true until I got to the airport - at this point I can't wait ...
... the quintessential colonial hotel, and got the staff to give us a guided tour. Stuffed stag and boar heads look down on us as we stroll along the creaking corridors. The huge Reading Room is all faded Victorian grandeur with a Member’s Board detailing all the Club chairmen going back to the 1800’s. There is even an elephant’s foot umbrella holder. I imagine this is what being a member at the MCC must be like. We look at the newspapers covering the election, due ...
... DRY' on the first day of every month and on Sundays. Dad said he had probably not had a full lamb dish without red wine in a long time. The food and company we great and we had a lovely evening. There was a reflecting pond that surrounded the restaurant and I asked Caleb to check if it was actual water or just marble. Caleb decided to stick his whole foot - shoe and sock in to d the test = a full soaker.
A great day in Fort ...
... little overpowering. Indian men do not really accept the western culture where women are comfortable having a drink if they wish. That evening we took a stroll to a restaurant called the Seagull, which had a small pier like jetty with tables facing the sea and harbour. It was a pleasant evening eating a nice Keralan fish curry and watching some large ships passing, by 9 we were ready for a short walk back to ...
... like that are on an acid trip!) This is genuinely the most insane thing i thinki i have ever seen. A man dressed in green enters the stage to the slurring narration of a lady who sounds drunk or has recently had a stroke explaining that the green man is a god and because of this he has "eyeeeebrooooooowwwwsssss......... biiiggggggeeeeerrrr, mooouuutthhh.....bbiiiiiigggeeerrrr," and proceeds to tell a story that does not seem to match the "dancing," on stage. For ...