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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... central water pumps. Or making their way to the often muddy river with large metal bowls piled high with clothes to be washed or heading out to the forest for wood for fuel for today's cooking. I feel for these women and can't help feeling embarrassment about the many things I "needed" in order to function "extremely efficiently". A gadget for every thing. Yes I was one of the worst with ...
This was actually not a vacation but a hangout with friends type of trip. We were 5 people who went on this memorable trip. We had an expert driver who handled the curves of the road so well. It was a tiring long journey and by the time we reached home stay, we were desperately hungry. But by the time we reached there, the food was ready. And, the food was hot, spicy and tasty.We ...
... rain! The hotel (which was meant to be for two nights) was one of the fanciest we had had. It was new, so the place was spotless. Our room had a jug with tea and coffee, a hot shower, and a flat screen telly with all the channels! We decided on an early dinner but ended up returning to the hotel as nowhere opened until 6-7pm. So the evening ended with a quick meal in the hotel restaurant and lots of telly watching. - ...
... too so we were quite happy with the place. We refreshed ourselves, had a bath and then left to get some dinner. We had dinner at Eats of Arab. We ordered grill chicken, a mutton biryani, and some rotis. The food was okay. We went back to the room and had a few drinks each. And so ends the fourth day of this trip.
... at the two Hoysala Temples and they were licensed by the Karnataka State Tourist Department, but visitors had to pay for their services. Shira and I were asked a couple of times if we wanted a guide, but a guide had already been assigned to our tour bus. It seemed somewhat like a “free for all” for how the guides connected with the tourists. Unlike in US national parks, there was no set time for tours. Tours were going on simultaneously and in some places at ...