Phul Plaza Hotel
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... to the bus station.
I'd never heard of a sleeper category of bus before but that's exactly what i had - a little platform (one of many partitioned cubicles above the main seats below) where i could stretch out and relax - well that is if you could adapt to the numerous boneshaking pot holes en route. Just as well there were 3 safety bars to prevent you from being thrown out onto the ailse below. What with traffic, long stops and ...
... we then thought that he would have people staying with him once all of his guest rooms were full. So we asked if he meant they stay in the family part of the house and he explained, no he is referring to the whole guest house here and its rooms. For Chintu the guests are not people staying in his guest house but they are people staying in his home. This is a good example of how Chintu and his whole family made you feel once you walked in the front door.
... that ran the place were having a big party that evening. I really couldn’t bear the thought of being kept up all night to dancing Indians, but it was the nicest room in our price range so we took the risk. It turned out to be a fantastic choice. The family was so sweet and kind. The party turned out to be fine – in fact we didn’t really hear much at all so were able to get some much needed sleep. Our room was far down the back of the property, so we had ...
... to our destination in the van, via tiny winding single track roads through beautiful forrested countryside and past numerous cows and water buffalo on the road. We finally got near to Bainsrorgarh and started seeing tatty signs pointing the way as we wound our way down tiny streets and around the tight corners of a typically run down Indian hill top village.
We have tried to get off the beaten track as well as ...
... hey! Thankfully, I was in luck, as one of the boys suggested I jump on the back of his motorbike and that he would take me there. I thought what the hell, and jumped on! He sped off with me hanging on for dear life, dodging pot holes and trying to speak to me at the same time. It was kind of cool and the fresh air (well breeze in my face) was great! The temple was only five minutes away and the young man was over the moon that I actually accepted his ...