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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Journey, Eagles and The Who featured among many more!). Dinner was another laugh filled affair with our favourite maître'd and the journey back didn't disappoint Ganesh who loved our singing again. We made some friends in the form of motorcyclists who pulled alongside at the lights and almost crashed laughing at us ... Slightly worrying! Back to the hotel and just time for a quick drink and a couple more songs before ...
... could stay. Because her husband was laid up and not wanting to out stay our welcome, we kindly insisted that we would find an Internet cafe to book a hotel. Bridget and I had already decided we wanted to stay in a nice hotel for our last night, so off we went in search of an Internet cafe. Soraja kindly looked after our bags at her apartment and we told her we would be back in an hour. Unfortunately forgetting it was a Sunday, most shops including the Internet ...
... seeing the beautiful yellow, purple, turquoise, pink saris on all the women) but also in the everyday life sense. The nonstop chatter in the markets and at the bus stops, the sounds of bicycle bells tingalinging and also the vast array of stalls with little candies and packaged snacks which attracted young children who would jump up and peek at while pulling on their mothers' saris.
... and see a guy peeing in public. In the street, on a bush, on the side of a building, etc. No joke! If you are a guy and you have a full bladder, you are in luck, literally, just stop what you are doing, unzip your pants and do your biz. Now let me just say that you probably would never catch any middle or upper class person doing such a thing, its usually the lower class and street people, but never the less, its part of ...
Breakfast was amazing. We ate in 2 shifts at the formal dining table, and Shobana explained all the dishes to us. I decided to eat with my fingers Indian style as recommended, and used my idli (steamed lentil cake) to mop up my coconut chutney and sambhal sauce. Some of the guys were still hungry, so we rounded it off with a Madras omelette (green chilli, onion and fresh coriander). Just delicious.