Safina Hotels Ltd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of a big new film so we decided to check it out. It looked like the cheesiest action film ever, and we turned out to be right. We couldn't understand the words, but it was so overacted that was managed to get a semi-decent grasp of the plot. Also the actress who was in it said hello as we walked in and thanked us for coming!! Get in.
... is emptying
and the cities' slums are sprawling. anyway, so the farmers in debt up
to their eyes, watching another crop fail, are now deciding that they
cannot face more failure, debasement and humiliation in the face of
corporate lies and the state ignoring it's farming poor. (the state asks
- "how will we feed our growing population?" but before seeking an
answer from the small farmers who cultivate 80% of india's arable land,
they plough ...
... had new friends every time we moved. But it also ensured that the old friends were lost forever as i never had a advantage of social networking sites or luxury of owning a camera during those years. But in my daughter's case it is different.
Her friendship continued to blossom even after we moved to Bangalore from Navi Mumbai three plus years ago, probably these winter trips have a lot of value in ...
... I realized that cricket was a pretty big deal here in India. In fact, cricket might be called the Indian national pastime if it weren't for that honor going to "bickering over politics". Bill the politico has become so engrossed in India TV news that he is considering a run for a seat in India's Parliament. But I digress. Cricket is quite the intriguing game. An American could think of cricket as baseball only with a harder ball, a bigger bat and no ...
... and spicier, and presented in a small bowl with some rice and a couple of chapattis. It could have been Bradford.
The next day we headed out for a walk around the city, aiming to hit as many of the bazaars as we could, including the apparently famous Crawford market. Built during the raj, it was another part of india that seemed to me eerily british. The only difference was that it was much, much bigger, and sold just about anything you could think of. The strange ...