The Crown Bhubaneswar
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... series attempts to highlight our experience. Somewhat a mind blowing experience. These sun worshippers have a very simple life with a universal wish for all; peace and harmony. No god, just a philosophy of peace. A few pictures of the scantly clad males are placed in the photo gallery. Back to the palace for dinner. This was held in the rather exquisite royal hall and was a meal "fit for a king". Good Friday restrictions limited our choice of "non-veg". We were ...
... one too. The street where my hotel is, is a 6 lane road with a 20 ft impeccable pavement on both sides (never mind that two wheelers are merrily zipping upon it in true Indian style ; at least it is there). I think its time to consider abandoning Bangalore, where the word pavement has not yet entered the dictionary.
Its just a night halt here and I will be on the road again come morning. Orissa is not my target this time.
... the park of cactus which is the largest in 'Asia but nobody knows its existence, nor where it is! So rather exasperated, also 'cause I could not find a better hotel, I took the train to Puri that employed full 2.5 hoursto cover the 50 km distance. Never take a passanger train in India but an express!I found a good hotel at 10 euro and then I walked on the beach.Tomorrow I should visit several locations' in the ...
... chores as most people find the location of the house very isolated. She has one older woman from the village here and some local girls who do come occasionally, but they are not really very keen to work there. She says they don't really see the point despite the fact they are paid, treated well, feed and clothed. I mention that in East Timor our group in Australia provides scholarships for girls to train in hospitality and also placed in work experience to finalise ...
... in India when I leave. So back to the story. We went into the home and met these beautiful one month old twin boys. I will let the pictures speak for themselves except to say the younger woman is Kabita who is Manoj's sister and the older woman is not the grandmother, but a woman from the village who was helping out. Apparently it is a custom that when mothers give birth the "grandmothers" in the village come and help out. What a treat for all ...