Hotel Saratha Rajans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while...must be getting old!
Tonight we are going to try again for our gin and tonic. Both the bar and restaurant say they do not have gin, but strangely enough they have a Singapore Sling on the cocktail menu. We intend to get to the bottom of this and if the drought continues we may be forced to find a local shop to purchase a supply.
Sight of the day: Peacocks around the pool with feathers raised.
note. "Site of the day" hopes to return as normal ...
... with that So lovely to have a balcony, no aircon and a view into the country side across a logon filled with water hyacinth ... yah ! Much quieter town in the middle of the forest ... Oh and so much cooler This Arvo we went to this delightful mans house for a "spice tour" well pretty much I had seen most of the fruits and spices he was growing but it was very interesting to see that he had ...
... the health of their children. We see several little kids with no hair which we think may be cancer patients. There are 4 huge towers which are again beautifully painted.
The rest of the day is for shopping. We pick up some place mats and more jewelry. Allen is on a roll and I'm the lucky recipient. I'm now the proud owner of a magnificent emerald and bracelet of rubies, sapphires and emeralds. Lucky me!
... throngs of pilgrims milling around streets of dust, smoke, steam and colour. We need to visit a number of guesthouses before we find one with a vacancy, and we check in relieved as it’s now almost midnight. Our room has a jaundiced television set, broken ceiling fan, squat toilet and when I look under the bed I find the sink that is missing from the bathroom wall. A clammy restless night is brought to an early conclusion when the hotel ‘boy’ - an octogenarian ...
... in the form of taxes.
Then in 1857, starting in Bengal, the Great Revolt began. The British retaliated by marching on Delhi and defeating the leader of the rebellion who surrendered, as did the princes of Delhi. Despite the surrender they were executed and the British proceeded to massacre 27000 civilians. The revolt spread, but the British continued their slaughter until they were victorious, then in 1858 ...