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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... blankets, their newspapers, or whatever was around them and sat or slept there on the station floor with their families. They ate snacks, drank chai, and waited. We were there until 6am. The families we sat with were still there when we left. Anyway, during all of this, despite going on water strike to prevent unnecessary toilet trips, I eventually did have to pee. The station toilets were in a ladies waiting room and you had to pay ...
... the flight from Kathmandu to Singapore which we had left to a leisurely "we'll get round to it". With only four seats left for that important flight, the booking confirmation was a welcome relief. With no lodging booked for the night, we were dropped in the middle of a big dirt car park just off the beach. I waited whilst Kate went to explore the options. Soon enough a place was found for what is the ...
... he then told us to get in bunks 47 and 48 and buggered off..... we tried to find the bunks and you'd never believe it, but people had already taken these....off we go again...this happened a few times until he woke some people up, shouted at them and they cleared off. "There", he shouted, "There is your place.....only Sleeper 3 tier AC left".
Now we hadnt exactly been expecting the plush Eurostar to have magically pulled up but we ...
... I found out during the rest of the day. The next days were filled food and sights. As Goa has only been part of India for about 40 years the influences of the old ruler, Portugal, are still visible everywhere. Old cathedrals in the jungle, little houses with Portuguese style porches, street names and even signs in the typical Portuguese tiles including the blue drawings. The names of the people range from Albuquerque (apparently typical Portuguese) to Singh. Sometimes it is ...
... a traffic cop to help use the major roundabout leading into Panjim (by standing in the middle of the traffic and acting as a set of traffic lights) but since the roundabout was almost deserted today I guess it was just an exceptionally large crowd that came for the festival. Anyway, after a few buses, I've arrived in Baga. The beach here has a nice layout - rocky outcrop to the North and seemingly endless sandy beaches to the south. There are life guards and flags ...