Royal Highness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... I wondered how much stamina my anal sphincter had or whether I could hang my **** out the door without falling off the train. The bus would have taken five hours to get to Udaipur, logic told me the train would be quicker. A young man who got on the train just before it left told me it will take ten hours to get to Udaipur ... candles, so many bloody candles. I guess there is one positive out of all of this - if I have a large candle enema at least I won't need to take a ****!
Hi everyone, We just lost a lengthy blog to you on this ancient computer so this version my be shorter. We arrived in Ahmedabad after 11pm last night and when I arrived at the hotel, tired and ready for bed realised I had lost my reading glasses. the hotel staff were fantastic at following up and this morning said we could pick them up from the airport. That was lucky as we ...
... on how to hang a piece themselves. We also found a location in the house, and installed the piece (I had already packed it for travel). One night Kinnari took me to a fantastic restaurant called Vishala (pictures attached). And, my last night there Kinnari and I agreed to name the piece after her mother, Pratima. Same as the name of the house. I was very happy with the way things turned out in the end.
From there I hopped on a plane to Kochi, Kerala; in the South of India...
... will be discussed later.
Rickshaw: Everyday, we take a rickshaw to school at CEPT University. The school is only a 5-7 minute rickshaw ride from the hostile, but with the amount of people and vehicles on the street, it is safer for us to stay out of the way and just get a ride there. (Walking to school takes about 30 minutes.) The ride costs about 10 rupees, which is equivalent to 20 US cents. Yes, it is that cheap. You can imagine how it would add up, but ...
... camera, but oddly easier than “acting” in front of a group of people (specific example for that below). Not my first choice in profession though but I now have a much larger appreciation for what my actor-friends do - it’s definitely not easy to say the same thing in exactly the same way take after take. And I only had to say a few sentences each time!
I’ll let you know if you can view it online anytime, or if I wind up ...