Hotel Rose Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there. We had one knife for everything. It doesn't get more basic than that. Haman usually made chi tea and chapati to. We played cards, read and ate bhang cookies. Rahman wanted me to become his business partner. I could just imagine having to go back to Canada because Ive spent all my money on camels. Haha Please put this on your list of things to do, it's quite ...
... not to me. I try to shower, knowing we are leaving for our camel safari the next morning, but didn't get too far. The water is stone cold, no matter how long we run it for, and I just wasn't in the mood to torture myself at that time. Should've listened to Cindy. At least there's no squatter! Cindy stays in the room to freshen up and I walk out onto the streets. A young man walks up asking "how are you? Don't remember me?". I give a funny look, then recognize ...
The women of India are like no other females I have ever encountered. Highway shoulders, dirt roads, and the narrowest of trails serve as catwalks as the ladies of India strut their stuff; stuff, in this case, indicating grace, strength, and tenacity. Carrying towering loads of lumber atop their bejeweled heads, they glamorize manual labor, unintentionally or not. Any pedestrian route is transformed into a Project Runway episode as saris and head pieces flow ...
... and venture in. Once again this temple is different to anything we have seen previously. The Hindu statues are in extremely good condition - very little is damaged. One of the temples is not open until 11am to foreign tourists. This is was again well worth the visit. After the temple we just wander through the streets, stopping for a bite to eat at one of the many rooftop restaurants. It is time to head back to the hotel to ...
... for a camel ride on the sand dunes wasn't as strong as Mike's. I was introduced to my camel, which looked to be sporting a brand new red decorative cover that I was to sit on. I put my foot in a rope loop and mounted it. There was no wasting time and I wasn't allowed any thinking time to adjust to my new mode of transport. Within seconds he stood up and shook his legs. All this was accompanied by whining and gasping noises made by me. Mike took some pictures. I've looked ...