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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... expansion in India, control and then the long struggle for freedom it highlighted just how exploitative the entire affair was. I was shocked at just how many violent rebellions had been attempted, only to fail when the British Army inevitably mobilised. While the museum clearly skewed towards the propaganda side of things it did not plunge head first into those depths (like the Cu Chi tunnels).
Where it got weird was the paraphernalia half of ...
... have spent over a half an hour, and kept asking me something in Indian, I would nod 'yes', then he'd start cutting again! When I started to see the wood shavings falling, I told him 'no more', gave him the $2.00 and left, satisfied that I won't need a cut for two months! Fern also sat down and had her's trimmed, but she wasn't too impressed with the result.
Okay, early tomorrow we head out, further along the east coast!
... of Seddon Park. We are so lucky the ODI series is on at the moment, it instantly gives us something to talk about with people when they ask us where we're from. But people don't seem to appreciate it when we tease them "and we're winning!" Cricket is a serious business here. We went to the Meenakshi temple in the morning, a sprawling city of a temple with five towers absolutely covered in a writhing, multicoloured mass of sculpted Gods and Goddesses. I'd never seen ...
... from there we randomly set up a chance to volunteer here. We arrived with some vague ideas – Bob to work on Innovation (at one of the world’s 50 most innovative organisations according to Fast Company magazine!) and enhancing their consulting operations, Tracie to work on improving the training programme for the sisters to make it more interactive and much less “learn by rote”. The intention was also that these new modules ...
... to sit and wait for the train. There are not many people on the station. The train arrives at 5.10. The old change seat on the train again, I get on and of course someone is in my seat, you can have seat 43 I am told. Ok this is very normal here, of the 5 train trips I have done I have only been in my issued seat once. It is no problems, the train master acknowledges I have a ticket in this carriage that is all he really cares ...