Hotel Saratha Rajans
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 1600's, when the "Whiteman" arrived to buy all of the awesomeness Indian had to offer, such as spices and textiles and precious stones. Because if there's one thing India does well it's awesomeness. The East India Trading Company was formed and it set about winning over the Mughal emperor, Akbar, and building forts and troops of Indian sepoys before it became powerful enough to start ******* with ****. And **** with **** ...
... would totally recommend it if you get the chance!
Working In India
Working here is really interesting, mainly really difficult. I am working on a project to make new product numbers (which is a much bigger deal than you would think) and it is so hard to work with the Indians. Largely because they talk and talk and talk and don't tell you the point of why they are talking - it is so indirect I guess you are supposed ...
... size of it makes thinking of going there a challenge, where do you go, what part, how long for and what do you go to see? You will always miss something out that you either didn’t know about, it wasn’t in ‘the book’ (whichever one you use) or actually you are just quite tired from all the running around seeing things that you just want to stop and sit in that wee café for another hour watching ...
... had learnt the patter off by heart from a rather old guide book, he kept using words that are usually only used for writing, and from time to time had to rack his brain to think of what should come next. Anyway he earned his 500 rupees (£5). He then took us back to the shop to retrieve our bags, and here we had to use all our guile to resist the many salesmen who were determined first, to sell us a statue about 1 metre high; "No problem to ship ...
Went to a spot called Jayaram for brekkie shortly after we started. What I heard was 'bread and omelet'. What I got was a bread omelet: white bread inside an omelet; bit unusual but handled. A Team, let's called the collection of Ray, Diane, Susie and me 'the B Team'. The other members of the B Team talked about raising girls and parenting today. Lucas paid the bill and it will be sorted later.
I took a picture of the pink lid of Mr ...