The Royal Retreat Resort & Spa
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... bought a combo Indian outfit which was nice. Mary bought curtains.
Thereafter Richard, Mary and I walked Susie back to the same place so 'Mr Miniature' could do some henna work on Susie, leading to more humour at Susie's expense.
Back to finish the blog for the day. I am up to date and need some sleep.
A truck which had broken down on NH4 i.e. Mumbai express way had caused a small traffic jam at Lonavala ghat. Another traffic congestion at Ambani city, Ghansoli took some of our time but we were still on target to meet Sachin at 9.20 at Airoli.
The difference was visible between the goers and the non goers. Though dint sound but sachin was upset within to have missed this trip and the fun; and goes without saying, we'd ...
... of interesting facts and fiction with plenty of antiques to look at, also with audio sets you can go into your own world for a couple of hours without being sold something. We had a look around the motor collection before heading to our hotel for the night. We were staying in a Heritage hotel which are usually good but felt after the Taj it might be a bit of a downer but when we walked in the room ...
... doesn't show) to AC1, 2, 3 and Chair
(where those who can afford it and most tourists go). For the AC
classes they book all seats and then they allow people to book as a
reserve (wait-listed) who will then get bumped up to confirmed when
people pull out – and we have been told if you wait-listed 1-20
then you'll more than likely get on. There are also tickets called
Talkal tickets though, that are saved and released only one to two
days before at ...
... bag the bigger monkey clocked that she had another one and started to come towards her reaching out for the banana. Gem didn't want to give it to the bigger monkey but she didn't really have a choice as he kept coming forward as she stepped back and in the end it made sense to let him have it. She wasn't happy that he was so greedy. After leaving Ranakpur we headed right up into the hills/mountains, there were monkeys everywhere, all just sat at the roadside, many of them had ...