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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... being immersed in the culture.
India is so interesting because it is so developed and yet so underdeveloped. You will see amazing monuments, people in fancy cars with expensive jewelry and wealth in many forms. You will also see piles of garbage, starving animals, extreme poverty, extreme sexism, homelessness, and people defecating in the street. There are cows absolutely everywhere are you will step ...
... Unfortunately by the morning the imoduim had worn off and I got my abbo on to manufacturer a makeshift convenience. The camel driver reappeared with one less camel than the night before, mine obviously, so he gave me his, by the name of No.1 as it was reportedly a 2 time winner of the 1,100 strong camel race in the annual festival in Jaisalmer. It certainly felt like it when he gave him a whip and let him run! Getting back to Jaisalmer we hunted for a guesthouse and then went for ...
... sugar I am drinking.
We have mostly been eating thali’s, yummy! A lovely wee tasting plate which has a
selection of curries, some rice and/or bread and some salad (don’t worry mum,
it’s not washed salad, just cut up cucumber and tomato!).
Loving the trip so far, having a chilled day today catch up on this and relaxing a bit, seeing as we have the time. Hope everyone at home is well xxx
... range and came fully furnished unlike the other places I'd seen - decent condition 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms and a study room and A/C too...that's it I was sold! However Alida being Alida I still had to view more properties to make sure I had the right one! Anyways after lots of deliberating by me (I am soooo good at making decisions!), I told the guy I wanted that one - now the whole process of renting was weird - so the broker invites the owners (the owner has moved to the ...
... small like all the others. The driver is similarly small. The driver sees our luggage and starts remonstrating with the guy at the booth in Hindi so we do not know exactly what is said. It is clear however he is not happy. He opens the boot. It is an LPG taxi so most of it is taken up with the gas tank. He gets one case in. More gesturing and unkind words are exchanged and the guy at the booth then reluctantly helps the driver get two cases on to a rack on the roof. ...