- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on this trip. I have always been a coffee guy, but chai is its equal, in particular, masala chai, the common street drink, which has a gingery, sweet flavour and is served in miniscule cups. I had six thimbles of chai over the next hour as there was no end to the number of chai wallahs moving up and down the length of the train. Another discover was a snack sold by a food vendor. This consists of a soft crusty bread roll and a spicy, deep fried potato ball which is eaten the ...
I'm not going to lie, the first few days were rough. I was constantly being harassed by people non stop. Everything from tours, clothes, drugs and money. One day I had a child follow me to buy a SIM card for my phone then a bus ticket. Next thing I know there's another man there. I assumed it was his father. After my business was complete they asked if I could buy them rice and oil. I agreed I figured they earned it by helping me locate a ...
... us so much about it. Surprisingly my fan, bought so long ago in Indonesia was getting an awful lot of attention. Several people in the park had asked for it, and the number of small children who wanted the fan was quite astonishing. The minion stayed put safely inside my bag, I wasn't taking any chances with him. We got back in to the taxi and carried on with our tour. At the start of the day we knew there were a lot of colonial buildings but there is a difference ...
... chilli sauce, tomato, cucumber, red onion and beetroot. After toasting they cut it into bite sized pieces, sprinkle over a thin potato chip type thing and grate some cheese over the top. Now I know some might say, "toasted salad sandwich, yuk" , but it was very very good, as was the lemon soda. Now, a word of warning. Salads and cold drinks are probably not the smartest thing in the world to eat due to the fact that the water they are washed in ...
... on for dear life. We were met with sneaky photo taking of epic proportions, monkeys everywhere and some caves that we didn't really know much about so busied ourselves in the tat/trinkets market that had built up along the 1km stretch of steps that led up to the top of the Islands and start of the caves, trying to hold off getting back on the boat- which on the way back powered on through the monsoon rains, leaving us soaked to add to the nausea.