The Acura BMK
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... excrement at many points on your journey through India. You will be surrounded by people and attacked by colour, assaulted by smell and your ears will bleed from the constant honking of horns. There are absolutely no road rules to speak of (I have been nearly hit by tuk-tuks more times than I can count). It is a crazy, scary, overwhelming and amazing country; I highly recommend India to anyone with a sense of ...
... lazy wander around the desert frontier town and its busy market. We found a government authorised bhang shop and had a lassi for the evening. Still feeling no better the next day I went for a very sedate wander around the living fort. It's very strange to see people living in the tiny houses and shops in all the little crevasses, I imagine it's as close to what and actual medievil fort looked like I full flow. Not like those reenactment chumps would have you believe. Imagine being ...
So the 25th of August marked an important day for me! I went back to studying for the CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching for Adults)! I had read stories on line and heard a couple of people tell me about this course and that it wasn't easy however nothing prepared me for the 4 week slog that was to be CELTA I literally didn't eat or sleep for the for weeks.
I lived/breathed CELTA. ...
... brothers and his father-in-law to the 'meeting' and my appointment was at 11am - arrived promptly at 11.30am and didn't leave till 2pm! Oh god is was torture - my Hindi is not bad but I have to really concentrate hard to understand and my head hurt after it all - I had water, biscuits, some snacks, tea all included in this service though so all good! But seriously how long does it take?? Can we have some black belt lean 6 sigma people in here to get some efficiency savings ...
... secures" them with a length of very frayed looking string. The fourth case goes in the passenger seat and the hand luggage in with us. One last exchange of insults between the driver and the guy in the booth and we are off.
The driver asks where we are going. When we say the Radisson there are dark mutterings in Hindi. I can see his point of view. First he gets the people in the queue with an enormous amount of luggage he has to humph on to the roof and now ...