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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Mistakes? We often make 'em, Sheila and I. The problem with travel mistakes is that they are difficult to undo once you are on the move and especially if your mistake is to book two upper berths on the Kochi to New Delhi, "Nizmuddin Express." It's a journey of over 2500 kms, from the far southern tip of India to the distant northern capital. I'm talking 48 hours trapped in a breezy, air conditioned carriage with only tiny squares of tinted glass as windows, offering a dark ...
... improve, because this country and these people deserve. And I realized that was the first country of the 15 that I’ve spent during my journey that I wished something was different, perhaps because so loved some places like Rishikesh as I want to go back countless times. And then I remembered learning that I had here. Nothing in our experiments is exactly new, our mind always insists relate something new with some experience of our past, so always when we experience the ...
... would've been the end of our journey together. Luke does NOT share drinks! He then concluded he liked it and we bought him one (while he still kept eating ours while waiting for his!!). Ah, good times. Oh Salim... :) He thanked us and said it was his first ever donut!
After a looong day of sightseeing, we then headed to the bazaars - wow! Colours, bangles, saris everywhere! We bartered for a bit and got overwhelmed by too many choices haha (uh-oh, Mel had to make ...
... out me to see if she could strike a bargain... :-)
There are a few eating places there as well, and I spotted a Tibetan place to get momos. I enjoyed them immensely!
On the Sunday the first order of business was to change hotels. We checked into the Suryaa and shortly thereafter headed to our niece's place. Time was spent relaxing, eating, enjoying time together, sharing memories and creating new ones. Our ...
... and we're already there.
“I just love Bon Jovi. His music gets me so pumped up while I’m working.” Those weren't quite the comforting words I was hoping to hear as he held the shiny scraper in his right hand. I know what Jon does to my pace when I go for a run. Did I really want Dr. Gupta scraping at my delicate, sensitive gum line in an adrenaline-induced fervor? Shouldn't we have something less dangerous playing? Perhaps a song with ...