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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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I'm already in India for three months now, which means I’m halfway. Most of the time so far I’ve been studying, just a little was traveling. The second half of my stay will be just the opposite: one month of studying and then two months of traveling. The last month of assignments has been planned from A to Z: I’m at a stage where most of my focus will be on righting reports and finishing up projects.
It is time to make up ...
... of course. Wow!
Story II: Last night Kendra and I almost started crying, when we returned from a great dinner at the Oberoi’s Thai restaurant. There were two bags and two envelopes with our names on it. We opened the envelope first – what is all this? From whom? Why? In the envelope was a beautiful handwritten card from Sumanjana, the girl who helped us putting on our saris ...
On our last day of teaching, on New years day, we got to visit the world famous Lalbagh park, known for its landscape. I had no idea what to expect, and this place was enormous. Apparently it's known to be one of the top sites for horticultural studies, and after visiting there I saw why. Even with the massive crowds, it was such an expected site to see in India. For some reason, I never associated parks/greenery with India until this trip.
We took the ...
This is the truth not an exaggeration
Anyone ever planning a vacation to wayanad, pls never ever book BLUE GINGER resort... they might call themselves a resort but a road side dharamshala wud be cleaner and more hygienic place to stay in. The location is awesome but to get there the 4km up hill drive is death harrowing experience (this was expressed by another guest at the "resort"). One has to drive up hill on a loose rock path which was no broader ...
... s a story for when we get home!), in plenty of time as we know there will be queues.
Anyway when our rickshaw arrived at the ground it was 3 hours before first ball and it was already getting v busy. Lots of hawkers selling everything vaguely cricket associated, TV crews interviewing and filming (we got interviewed a couple of times for Mongolian TV) and watching it all were the police, batons at the ready. We found the queue for our ...