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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a mix of mainly Hindu, Muslim and Christian and the Hindus and Muslims have been in a mess of a situation for generations upon generations. Warning, History Lesson: When India became independent, they actually separated India into Hindu and Muslim countries. Or tried their best to do so. The leaders at the time segregated the Hindus and Muslims and sent the Muslims in what we now ...
... would arrive at our room at 6:30pm to assist us with our saris. Wiebke and I were pretty excited and put on some Indian music to get us in the mood while we waited for our personal sari tie-er. Sumanjara spent about 15 mintues on each of us, intricately folding, tucking, and wrapping the silk around our bodies. It was like watching an artist work on a canvas. We decided that there was no amount of youtube tutorials ...
... come to the conclusion that I don't love Punjabi Cuisine as they tend to use more sauces with milk.
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So, we don't leave until 2:30 am tonight and we all decided that we should keep one of our rooms until we leave for the airport at 10:30 pm tonight. I cal.led last night on the way to dinner to talk with the hotel. The person I talked to on the phone said no problem and said he would update the system. Once I got to the hotel ...
... from Kochi, arriving in Bangalore I was already in a dream-like state. After several more hours of transportation, we arrived at the peaceful and open-spaced Ashram. The ashramites (those staying at the Ashram) were more than welcoming, and gave us a tour around the area.
Once we were free to roam on our own, Chintan and I went to the Banyan tree (http://nithyananda.org/ashram/sacred-b anyan-tree-en-ashram-bidadi), the energy center of the Ashram. Several others ...
... Hmm felt bad… payed her well for looking after our bikes ( but still checked our bikes ) …. “Ajji ki Jai \m/” She felt very happy and headed back … & so did we… another 4kms of bumpy ride… ...