Ramada Plaza Palm Grove
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... got stopped for a photo, beaming he was! The station is loud, smelly, busy, people everywhere walking 100mph, hanging off trains as they roll up to the platform it's unreal! Photos and videos just can't capture all the atmosphere! We had a nose at some of the trains, the higher classes don't look too bad, they must have been importing fish - it stunk so bad! Worse than walking into morrissons and smelling the fish counter straight away! *boff* didn't have a clue which counter to go ...
... complaint by a white passenger, M. K. Gandhi, Barrister-at-Law was thrown out of the first-class railway compartment at Maritzburg in South Africa. This incident changed the course of his life.
- 1913: Hundreds of Indians marched from New Castle to Transvaal as a protest against £ 3 tax. Their leader Gandhi was arrested three times in four days but they continued the march.
- 1915: On their return from South Africa after 21 years, Gandhi and his ...
... but with exquisite design features it was well worth the visit. In the evening we were entertained by traditional Indian dancers and a puppeteer. The dancing was interesting with the women being of varying sizes, ages and quality. The solo dance of the fairly old and fairly fat lady being particularly awkward. November 1st - A boat ride around the lake allowed us to get a close up view of the Octupussy hotel. The hotel rises up ...
Mumbai. India ,What Fun... Today we came to Mumbai and had a taste of India,and what fun it was,don't think I stopped smiling ..though a few sad sights to behold.. We came up a congested river into the harbour,from 9.30 am ,so able to watch it all unfold,Shipping and a lot of naval activity,submarines,aircraft carriers and the like.Shallow, muddy waters so they proceed with caution.Our tour was delayed..its like a police state,first immigration process began a ...
... of his right lung. No wonder he didn't have the energy to support his tiny frame unaided! After waiting outside for over an hour in the scorching heat we eventually took Naseem inside the hospital. We walked through some long, very tired looking corridors and up a very old fashioned lift that put me in mind of those off the Titanic film. There were cats, kittens and dogs roaming all around the hospital and sitting by some of the patients' beds. We ...