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Yesterday I unwillingly saw a chicken beheaded. Turns out there is a large stash of American movies in a locked cabinet here. And yes, Flicka is one of them. Needless to say I will be staying up late tonight and it WON'T be for school work. I knew there was a reason I didn't order my favorite movie on Amazon last night. I was also sent this quote by a friend today and I have fallen in love. Please enjoy: ...
... as dirty as I was, if not more. My bed in the men's dorm room cost 250 rupees a night (about 4.50$ a night). I was sleeping on a dirty mattress, with an equally dirty pillow. I'm not sure if the mattress or pillow had ever been changed or cleaned in the history of the guesthouse. I ended up sleeping there for 8 nights, and met a lot of cool fellow travelers and some not so cool fellow travelers.
Mumbai was a really cool place. It's like a modern city. I use the ...
... only a 10 minute walk, & figured between the six of us it shouldn't be too difficult to find. 45 minutes of trekking through an unfamiliar, overwhelming land with everyone's luggage, we finally found it. We stopped at least 5 times along the way for directions, & lost the two Asian girls. Hopefully, they aren't still wandering.
We found our hotel, which we'd booked for a night, & then both of us had to fill out a plethora of information about us, ...
... the ones without lice tried to sneak in the line to get their hair washed. The following Monday I got to participate in the Calcutta rescue street medicine clinic, which is basically a large truck that goes around the slums to treat people that are not able to go to the clinics. The first slum I went to was situated under a bridge, it was a lot more organized than I originally anticipated, they had a small school and each ...
... no desire to help you out’.
· The crazy traffic. A total smerge of anything from cars, buses, trucks, auto rickshaws, cycle rickshaws, animal pulled carts, people and cows, all with the deafening sound of a thousand horns. When we took 13 hrs to drive just over 200km, we came to realise that this was just India.
Things we won’t miss
India was great, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking