- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we are going to be very comfortable here for two days! Supper was brought up to our cottage by Ravi and Rajid, how they managed to bring two heavily laden trays (with no sides) up the tortuous staircase in the dark, I have no idea. Leek soup and vegetables baked in a bechamel sauce, together with home made bread and finished off with home made chocolate truffles. Excellent. 30 December After a nice breakfast we set off to explore the surroundings. We drove ...
... the guesthouse, we boarded a bus which took us to a beautiful spot where we began our expedition. We were still trying to fathom our surroundings: If it wasn't for the mud huts and the small telephone pylons, we would have sworn we were walking through the Scottish highlands!
Passing tribal villages and eucalyptus forests, we arrived at the outskirts of a large tea estate called Dunsadle. Covering every ...
... where the night train returns to Chennai. So when I was in town, I arranged for a taxi to pick me up from my guest house at 16:00 and drive me the two hours to Mettupayalam - in plenty of time to catch the 19:45 train to Chennai. Had I been forced to check out at noon, which is the normal check-out time, I would have taken a bus down the mountain - and taken a hotel room for a five or six hours while waiting for the train to depart.
As it turns out, it's ...
... shuts down automatically at 16:00" - which I don't believe - but it makes a good excuse to get rid of bothersome customers when you are a government employee who wants to go home.
By the time I got to the train station at 8 this morning, the one available seat on the 16th had turned into a waiting list of 3 people. Oh well. Interestingly, though, if you wait in the train station ticket window queue for three hours and just reach ...
... outside. Domino's, on the other hand, is hermetically sealed off from the environment - and with its air-conditioner not functioning yet, it was simply too hot to hang around in. In fact, while there, I experienced my first moments of sweating since being in town. So I proceeded as planned to the Sidewalk Cafe.
Minutes after I arrived at the Sidewalk Cafe, the American guy Jeff, whom I had met during my last visit to the cafe, ...