Country Club Jade Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... he must fill out two more A4 sheets. He is cursing as it's all the same information just entered in the book. The Indians do love their admin :-) and now it's time for a hot shower - we are both dead on our feet. It's been a very long day and it's still only 3pm, even so that's 11 hours for us.
Our guesthouse is also in a residential part of town meaning no restaurants nearby but Ian sources a bakery with take away pizza so it's more junk food for us ...
... were road closures, roads not marked, and lots of detours. This however, did not faze our driver, who seemed to know every side road like the back of his hand. The loud beeps from the car horns, the lazy ass cows sleeping on the side of the road, and mass people walking around gave us a warm welcoming into the land of the strange and beautiful. Our Guest house is named "The Jericho House," but online the name of the business is called "George's ...
This trip just gets more and more sensational. Any idea what we did today? After the cricket game finished, we had afternoon tea (chai) and sponge cake with the son and heir of the last Maharaja in India http://www.princeofarcot.org/princes.ht ml , in his palace banquet room. The Crown Prince – Asif - gave us a personal tour of the palace, talked about the lineage of his family in relation to the history of India, talked about ...
... U.S. where they find a back alley and try to stay out of the way so they aren't woken and asked to move or worse. These people literally live on the street; sidewalk, park bench, their street side vending stall, under a bush, anywhere. Many times, these people aren't just sleeping with what little they have in a bag under their heads, they have a real camp-like setup. Sometimes they have a cot that they set up on the sidewalk or park to sleep, other times you can see ...
... are attempting to put that right! So far, all I can say is "van-a-kam" (hello), "aa-maam" (yes), "il-lai" (no) and "naan-dri" (thank you). It's enough for now.
I won't bore you any longer. There is so much to say, and I've been to so many amazing places within the city, and beyond, but time is limited, so this will have to do!
Love and hugs and kisses to all of you, and I'll speak to you soon,