- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... amount of respect for her depth of compassion and human kindness, as well as the amount of work she does around the world, raising consciousness for the underprivileged, funding millions of dollars in disaster relief, education and healthcare.
I stayed a week at the ashram, volunteering 2 hours' work a day in return for accommodation at £2.00 a night and 3 meals a ...
... stations. Luckily I had an idea to take the last look at the IRCTC website and luckily there were some tickets available in the “sleeper” class (see the entry “Indian Train System”). There were the cheapest tickets with seat reservation but at least we could go by train so we bought it.
Then we had a little bit more time since we saved all the time of going to the train station.
As I said in ...
... Kerala, we had a very local experience. After we had been there a few days the owners strongly recommended that we go to a ‘local beach’ 10 km away. We weren’t really there to have another beach experience, but as we hadn’t seen other people or done much for a few days – and the trip by rickshaw, including waiting time, cost 300 rupees (£3) – we decided to go. It was a Sunday and turned out to be a very local beach ...
... woman stayed on Eric's side of the curtain, and I got the man that was previously at the card table. I am under the impression he runs the show here. He was a short, younger guy, with your typical nicely groomed Indian black hair and perfectly trimmed mustache. I kept my eyes kept my eyes clothes for most of the next 70 minutes. After about ten minutes of being rubbed down in the smelly oils he departed to Eric's side of the bed sheet, I heard the woman leave Eric's side, and ...
... boat when we came to open water. Steering the boat was not as easy as the captain made it look. It felt like you had to turn the wheel over and over to make the boat move just a little. Along the way it was nice to see the small fishing boats pass us collecting their nets. Rory and Josh then found a fishing rod (bamboo stick with hook on the end). Rory then asked the crew if they had any bait for us to fish with. About 5 minutes later they came back with a small ...