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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the time he was a child until his death.
Next on our itinerary was the Iskon Temple of the Hare Krishna. The temple was beautiful and we got to see part of one of their temple ceremonies. The best part of the visit, though, was a talk about the religion and the monk's life by a young Canadian man (and Hare Krishna monk). He spends 5 months a year at the temple and the rest of the year in Canada. They also gave us several pamphlets with more information. Karl decided not to ...
... However, it wouldn't allow us to book one that went Darjeeling - Varanasi. No, we had to pay for one that went all the way to Delhi...but we will get off it what it stops at Varanasi...just 13 hours into the journey rather than 22 all the way to New Delhi! So some poor sod who wants to got from Varanasi - Delhi won't be able to! Not only that, but two of us are in 2 A/C, and the other in 3 A/C....let's hope Jed wakes up in time to jump off the train! Cause ...
... we needed. Good air conditioning, a desk, a nice shower and the bed felt like a cloud and came with a million soft pillows. Heaven. Not wanting to leave our new abode we ended up lazing around in our room until around 4pm when the hunger pains proved to much and we headed out in search of food.
Back in Colaba we shared a small and overpriced pizza at Café Mondegar (Mondy's) and had one of the best iced teas of my life. This ...
... our 9:10 train to Vadodra. I stayed surprisingly calm! We turned up at the train station at around 9:45, so we made our way to the information desk to try and book another train...only to find out our train was running extremely late and we hadn't missed it. Best news ever! We had 15mins to find out platform and get our train to Vadodara. The train journey was meant to only be 3 hours but ended up being near to 5. The trip dragged, but we met a lot ...
... in we joined the mad scramble, choosing a 3AC (births in three tiers, air conditioned) car. Having no idea what we were in for, we waited to see the TC. A nice young man, surely sensing our confusion and concern, asked if he could help. When I explained the situation he got a rather concerned look on his face but said not to worry. He was sure the TC would be along before the train left the station. He urged us to have a seat with ...