Hotel Teerth Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... similar to last nights show.
Dinner with Tracey and Bjorn which was Bengali fare today - bit more spicy but equally delicious. Interesting to hear about life in Singapore and we were very envious of the ease at which you can travel to many of the interesting parts of the world from there.
We probably should have ventured out a bit more, having said that the experience at the camp with all the different people coming and going from all over the world makes it a fascinating place to ...
... sticks but will otherwise let them off the hook for trespassing a competition ground. We then went on a camel safari with a camel named Romeo, through a village in the desert where we met some new friends. We're tempted to get a camel of our own. 500 dollars is the going rate for a nice camel... Add $400 for trailer and accessories. We could potentially save on train tickets and even make money by selling day safaris for tourists. It is a long way to France ...
... with modest business and levels of education themselves may sadly struggle to pay, and dreams of a better life for the next generation can fade away.
At the core the intention to make money from tourism is driven be good intentions for better lives for themselves, and we recognise this, but the application of this pure intention through corrupt and deceptive mechanisms does leave a slightly bitter taste. Hopefully other people think like this and something can be done, ...
... pack it up again and have security pick through my stuff scrutinising my belongings in search of a cigarette lighter which was not allowed on the plane (no signs told me this otherwise I would have declared the naughty little lighter) even in checked in luggage, I was finally free to check in.
Free of lighters, but not free of stress, my nerves were a little wound up to say the least. Airports can be stressful at the best of times, but when there is clearly one rule ...
... away from a toilet. Ben was very kind and came back with me to the hotel, where I slept for four hours (with the odd toilet break). While I was sleeping, Ben went to a yoga class. He says, that it was hard work but very rewarding and has made best friends with the yogi, who is one of the most mellow people we have met in India so far. In the afternoon, I was feeling a little better so we went for lunch at a cafe called, Out of the Blue'. I ordered some chips with ...