Aashirvad's Pleasant Stays
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beside me and watching me sway to the thumping beat). It was so much fun! A couple of boys included me in their circle, and I'm not sure who was copying who, but I danced for a while with them. Until someone got a bit rough and a disagreement started in one corner, I exited to stay out of it. The watched the rest of the festivities for a bit, until we got bored and tired so headed back to the bus. We drove through a crowd, who cheered us as we left. Very funny ...
This morning we bussed to the train station for Kozhikode. The train station was much cleaner than any other I'd seen so far. They had metal seats on the platform, clean bathrooms, and drinking water fountains. No one lying on the ground. There weren't as many stalls to buy food, but the ones that were there seemed permanent shops. Once we boarded the train though... The interior was worn, with mission brown leather seats, bashed and battered metal frames, ...
... in love with.
I arrived at the retreat in still early morning when the previous nighters were checking out and I still had hours before checking in. Two traveling couples were checking out. Both struck up a conversation with me while I waited. One couple was an English and in their 60s – backpacking after retirement – and the other was a Pakastani couple in their 40/50s traveling more opulently. The British couple were cheery and decidedly happy about their ...
... playing literally on top of the hotel rooms ( the building isn't high) At 4 pm we headed out for a safari drive through the forest... Or jungle?! Not sure of the difference. Sadly we saw no tigers just monkeys, wild boar, wild chickens?! Yeah I Thought that was odd too... And peacocks, bison and an elephant. Not quite up to African standards of ...
... for the upcoming Bangladesh v England game, which involved a ridiculous train journey then to Kolkata, then bus journey through Bangladesh for the best part of over 2 days to get there...dedication for you, take note Pietersen and co!
After a leisurely journey to Mysore we bade farewell to Big Harv and walked in the searing heat to the bus station, arriving dripping in sweat, I asked a conductor ...