Hotel Sarang Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... where I spent the whole day while K and her work colleague Emma went off to "Elephantastic" in the afternoon where they got to paint their elephant ( with special traditional pigments used for festivals), feed, wash and ride their elephant called "smile". Smile was a cheeky elephant and a bit of a diva so while all the other elephants were well behaved, smile was stealing their food, wriggling around so she could not ...
... yesterday in Agra. He gave us a time limit which was half an hour for this place. My first impression was that the place looked very desolate. If I were to picture hell, it would probably look something like this, endless up hill roads with bare rocks, unfriendly thorns, piles of rubbish and idols of all sorts all around me. My travel buddy is an avid hiker and didn't have any trouble climbing up the rocky terrain whereas I was soon out of breath. It turned out that Valentina ...
... amp; avocado sandwich which I was going to order however they were out of buckwheat bread. They wouldn't exchange the cookie/muffin for anything else so I treated myself with some green tea. It was a vanilla muffin which was average whilst Georgia's cookie was much better, both served with chocolate sauce on top. I felt sick afterwards which held as a firm reminder not to eat sugary, white flour calories. We arrived back at ...
... the children (Sunny) really struggled with identifying letters from the alphabet. It also seemed more difficult to teach the children for the last 20 minutes of English as it was already over an hour of teaching and sometimes the children just couldn’t concentrate anymore. Sometimes though, Patrick and Doug managed to devise games to fill the time and Animal Bingo was a hit as was Hangman (using words that they have learnt – days of the week, colours ...
... to an Indian type circus with delectable food. Sadly we had limited time as it was farther than expected, but we got to see amazing dances while we gorged ourselves on the Indian buffet. We needed to be full in order to sleep on the bus that we were taking back to our placements. Buses in India leave much to be desired and I think that I would have preferred sitting in a tuc tuc for 5-6 hours, even wwith Hakuna Matada making his forward advances...live and learn!