T.A.P. Silver Square
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... to ultimately become self-reliant. Rashna and I are in discussion around ideas on Lilani’s growth and development that will ultimately generate much-needed funds for SEDS that can be sustainable, eventually breaking some dependency on foreign aid.
There is something special about adorning yourself and your home with pieces that have been hand-stitched and woven with love from afar. I have had the privilege over the last week of working with some amazing ...
... hours ago. Then we looked inside the bags beautiful bracelets and a little purse for each of us. Really? We were so blown away and speechless that we starred at each other while our eyes filled with water. We could not believe it! Sumanjana helped us getting dressed, so we owe her something, but she gives us presents – that did not make sense to us at all. You cannot imagine how overwhelming that ...
... and take pictures/video tape us.... it got me really irritated. I didn't understand why they had 0 boundaries whatsoever. Luckily we were there with a good amount of adults who spoke the language so I didn't feel unsafe, but I was definitely bordering on 'accidently' tripping some of them.
Anyways, aside from that debacle, the kids had a great time spending the day in a new place and being treated to Lays chips, cake, samosas and soda. It was quite the ...
... before we head out n guess wat there is no hot water in the shower.... its f**king freezing outside n there is no hot water.... calling this trip a disaster is also an understatement ... we had booked this place aft so much checking up from ppl internet n everthing...
well the highlight of my trip was this awesome lil bakery called The walnut cake that we found at wayanad and the drive thru nagerhole sanctuary where we saw lots n lots of deers n bison.
... was too enthralled with the pomp and circumstance to bother to go down to the dining area and grab some of the non-stop food. I grabbed food and then went up to change. I was glad I was wearing somebody else's sari as the whole thing reeked of burnt cow dung- not so pleasant to shove into luggage with other items. On our way out, we got to see Rajah and Deepa feed each other and eat their first meal together as a married couple. They were then going to ...