Maharaja Inn Hotel
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... Something closer to taking fake classes in Europe for a month so they can see the sites and drain a couple bottles of red wine in the process) (Exta Side Note: Not that is a bad thing, more jealousy than anything else). I am essentially working for a company and more specifically, I am working on an individual project with my other American counterparts. Like most of the locations that ETHOS students travel to, we are working for a relatively small company focused ...
... who has been in Patna for an astonishing 64 years, that is an unbelievable thought for us. He was very excited to meet us because he was told we were from "his village". We had told one priest we all lived near Chicago, the closest place that they had heard of, which happened to be Jack's hometown. Never heard Chicago called a "Village" before. Jack came to India in 1949 at age 22 and because the journey was so long and expensive, he ...
... our bags. We had a little look around the area nd a quick look on the Internet. We then set off to the New Delhi train station again, at this point it didn't seem like the same day we had travelled here before. The man behind the tourist counter was very helpful and managed to find a train for later that day, 11.50pm going to NJP station near Darjeeling. We thought about it for a while to see if it was really worth all the hassle but we decided to go for it! We popped into ...
... and he was there near the entrance as we walked over from our hotel in the morning. We asked him to tell us which are 'not to be missed' caves.
His list included;
Cave # 5 Bhuddist Assembly Hall
Cave # 10 Buddhist Stupa
Cave # 12 3 Story Buddhist Monastery
Cave # 15 Hindu meditation chambers
Cave # 16 Hindu - Kailas
Cave # 21 Hindu Paruti
Cave # ...
... Chai Madness to 2-3 contests to see how well I do and hopefully gain some exposure. I also emailed it to a few well-known actors who I think would be good for the roles in the long-shot hope that they will read/champion it.
Here's the log line: To defeat a conspiracy that turns Indians into entertainers via collective mind-control and rescue the girl of his dreams, our hero must overcome his greatest nemesis - his own insecurity.
Wish me luck!