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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... my own pace. I think running slower than your actual pace can be a bigger challenge than running faster, its like the slow cycle race. Mongrels were everywhere, startled and disturbed by our Sunday morning encroachment into their territory, they tried their best to scare us without actually attempting a take at our meaty athletic calves. However a number of humans sleeping on the footpaths were completely oblivious of our exercise in self flagellation. The scene ...
... for a future concluding BLOG as this one is about to close! We must offer huge thanks to my mum and dad for allowing us to move into their home for the 'in-between' segments of our trip and for the hospitality of our friends for putting up with us, err I mean putting us up on various intermediary return trips to Berkshire for doctors visits, property visits, catching flights and such like. Gratitude must also be shown to our friend, Theresa, who has diligently vetted all our ...
... in we joined the mad scramble, choosing a 3AC (births in three tiers, air conditioned) car. Having no idea what we were in for, we waited to see the TC. A nice young man, surely sensing our confusion and concern, asked if he could help. When I explained the situation he got a rather concerned look on his face but said not to worry. He was sure the TC would be along before the train left the station. He urged us to have a seat with ...
... to be watching "many hundreds of people doing the washing" all along the banks of the river. I am not sure who decided that this was what tourist wanted to see but it seemed to be top of the bill. When we refused the touts seemed to be surprised. "what you don't want to see thousands of people, beating the clothes?" It had increased to thousands now and gradually increased until by the time we left it was "3000!!!!" Other tours ...
... aspects of the paya (ox trotters) dishes served here. Each pot has something different, bubbling away wafting out delicious gelatinous slow-cooked smells. There’s a pot that is entirely filled with a reddish-orange coloured oil, probably taken from the top of a simmering harisa curry or dhal dish. I spot a small pan filled with a gooey looking substance that mum tells me is nully (bone marrow). As she talks about the pots and this old-style of ...