The Zuri Kumarakom
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s not like you have a Lowe’s or Wal-Mart where you might have someone at a register ringing up someone every second, but these are their own shops on the street and sometimes they have idle downtime between customers. But I didn’t respond in that way. It would only invoke a response in him that would swell our argument to a higher note. Instead I chummily responded with a thoughtful "Hmm," as if I had just now realized he was right.
Later that day, I ...
... which was probably a good thing - drenched rats are not attractive!
We then paid a visit to Jew Town and their synagogue, and along with about 100 primary children, listened to the guide who explained that the 1001 hand painted floor tiles were from China while the miss mash of chandeliers hanging from the eaves were from Lisbon. Interesting, and I think my first visit into a Jewish place of worship. By this ...
... dominate the conversation! Onward, with forced smiles, to desert. The most notable thing about this course is that it came without the promised (and paid for coffee) but instead was accompanied, simultaneously, by the bill! In the land of the heavily laden camel, this was most definitely the last straw. I approached the manager and put my case. Whilst I acknowledged to the staff that the starters, table, soup, booking process, musicians and festive ambiance and anything else I could think ...
... they're from. She is very insistent about seeing what she wants - do you have this another color, do you have one that hasn't been sitting out in the dust, can i see more of this style. But always very kind and honest about what she won't buy. Some places she has said - oh that's too expensive, show me what I can buy for x amount. And always, even when we don't buy anything, she compliments the items, the quality, the diversity of options. As a result we ...
... and caught an 8:40am flight to Mumbai, which took four hours. Arriving in Mumbai, I was plunged straight back into the 'India' way of things. Even simple exercises such as scanning our bags through customs, left me feeling drained and in need of a lie down. Instead of employing the British way of forming an orderly and polite queue, everyone surged forward in a huge rugby scrum, determined to cram their own bags onto the conveyor belt first. I was battered and ...