Kenilworth Resort & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rather than sitting at the back of a 100 degree celsius bus trying not to sit on a flapping chicken that's escaped from it's cage.
After arriving I found a hut back from the beach for a price I thought was a little too reasonable although I couldn't see any obvious catch so I took it. At about 2 in the morning I realized this hut had not been such a steal after all as what seemed like the entire beach erupted in the ...
... Leaving next morning behind Roger,who took us to the highway to Mumbai,we had a last pot of Chia with him before continuing our way. We had a fairly long ride to the outskirts of Mumbai found a hotel for the night and crashed out. Next morning up and off for 9am,we had another longish ride to Satara,riding down this wonderful express way we suddenly had 3 policemen flagging us down,well 2 were,and the other was waving us on,in the confusion I grabbed my front ...
... as I stepped out of the bathroom, Cara jumped into action woman mode and two antihistamines, two paracetamol and loads of water were shoved in my face. Cara made me lie with my head in her lap while she poured capfuls of water over my face and fanned me with her kindle (the things you have to resort to when no ice is available). Luckily we caught my reaction early and so I was soon able to go to bed- not without Cara feeling my temperature every 5 minutes! ...
... them as all the same thing, but really, ladies, how many dresses does your closet hold?) but not every day to work. The coworkers around me wear t-shirts and jeans, Kurtis and leggings, and shirts and long skirts. If I were to go to an Indian wedding (which sadly I haven’t had to opportunity to go to) I’d get a Sari. But since that hasn’t happened, I’ve only got a couple other choices. Kurtas/Kurti/Kameez are most common for women & men. It’s an ...
Greetings from Palolem!
A few days ago as dawn broke we made our way from Koppal. Ever the gracious hosts, a few of the Samuha staff were awake with us in the dark, drove us to the train station and bought us pre-packaged breakfasts to take on the train. They even waited on the platform with us until the train came. Despite having locals on the platform with us, chaos reigns supreme so in the crazed dash to board the train, we managed to get on the ...