Laika Boutique Stay
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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Next I approached a blonde girl walking by to ask whether she knew of anything else going on. Turned out she was German and one thing led to another…
No it didn’t but we did spend the day together. After chatting in the park I suggested we find some grub and go exploring. I don’t think she had done this before – choosing a direction and seeing what you came across. Turns out we picked a very good direction and ...
... everywhere, especially in vacant lots. Cows roam the neighborhood freely and unattended (even in the major city street) and have often been seen eating the street garbage.
The main village street is a narrow and at times a very busy thoroughfare. Motorcycles, auto rickshaws (3 wheeled open sided taxis powered by a motorcycle engine), buses, cars, bicycles, animal powered carts, and pedestrians all compete for the road. Sidewalks are either not ...
... mind that it was a red light, and a flurry of automobiles were trying to drive through), But, this city takes the cake.
As for now, Tessa and I are taking a new form of transportation to our next stop: Hyderabad!!! After dinner we will be boarding an overnight sleeper bus, and arrive there tomorrow morning to stay with Adi's mom for the next few days. Hopefully I will be able to update from there =D
... but they needed none as their excitement was just enough to get the work done.
My daughter had some surprise for me. She had prepared some biscuit toppings for me which had won her the first prize at a school competition couple of days earlier. ...
... for the day's only encore. Everyone congratulated us, and for weeks afterwards the kids would start singing the song or doing part of the dance as we walked around the building. The day was a huge success, and everyone had a lot of fun!
The rest of the week was devoted to a football tournament organized by the Parikrma Foundation (football as in the sport of soccer, in Indian terminology!). Sixteen teams total participated in the tournament - fourteen ...