J S Residency
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... up of Varanasi..........because it sure has its sanitation problems. Over 1000 times the maximum permissible limit of E.Coli for a start, and rubbish and water flowing into it with some ****** awful smells. But again that's India, and all part of the experience. We got up early one morning for a two hour row boat trip with just us up and down the ghats, seeing the pilgrims arrive for ...
... had about $2.50 left but after buying a plate of noodles, some water, an ice cream and watermelon and it not even reaching a dollar I gave up on spending the rest as I was anxious to get the border crossing out the way. It was pretty easy as border crossings go, I had to fill in a form to leave Nepal, walk 200m then fill in a form to enter India. In all that time I had only seen 2 lots of foreigners, all headed into Nepal. I carried on to the bus station where I knew I had to get a 4 ...
... and at the next opportunity we reminded the driver we needed to get off. I told him we only had 80 rupees each as that is what we had been quoted so if he wanted to take us all the way back he could but I would not pay him more. He soon pulled up to let us out. A crazy but lovely rickshaw driver drove us to the train station that evening and stopped off so we could buy bananas for the morning. He insisted to buy them for us as otherwise we would pay, "hot price," which ...
... it amuses me no end.
After the ceremony I walked back along the ghat in the dark to the hotel. It was very crowded tho and nothing to be concerned about. Well stepping in cow **** was the biggest worry.
I was exhausted and had an early night only to wake up in the early hours with Delhi belly. My god I have never moved so quick in all my bloody life, it came on so suddenly and painfully.
(There is a kid playing a game on a laptop in the seat on the ...
... and then see their own private patients from around 3 pm until 8 pm. Edie heard that there is now actually a glut of doctors in Nepal - presumably because the officials have no incentive to make the number of med school spots a reasonable amount. As a result, there are so many doctors that the new ones cannot find a job. Why anyone would pay a half million dollars to become a doctor in this environment is a mystery until you realize there aren't other reliable ways to make ...