Kaimalino Homestay Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Vietnamese fare. The Lady herself joined us to eat her meal – and it was fun to struggle with language again, to communicate any way possible. If our translations are right, they left Vietnam in the war, their property was confiscated. When she returned to reclaim it, she had to pay to relocate the 9 families who had been living on it and then had to pay the back taxes.
... to catch the trolley back to the hotel. Here there are two kinds of trolleys, the ones that transport everyone, and the others that only transport Japanese people. For a state that has Americans and Japanese living in supposed harmony, it still seems pretty segregated. When we got back to the hotel we went back down to the beach for the second and last time. It was hotter today but it was the perfect temperature late afternoon to be on the beach. I didn't feel like I was being ...
... he had finally got the money shots he wanted and I was wheeled back down. They gave me more painkillers and when that kicked in I got Dais to jump in and share the bed with me. We'd been there for three hours and were both exhausted. They discharged me not so long after with a prescription for some heavy painkillers and we had to make our own way back. I got back and messed around with the medical insurance people before trying to ...
... The city has such a fantastic vibe and its very own 'personality'. It is beautiful, in a very unusual way...Narrow houses built on hilly streets around unique neighbourhoods, each with their own little personality. Offset by this undercurrent creative / artistic vibe. It's a very busy city - it never sleeps. It does not matter what time of day you are out, there are always people around. Of course, I am mainly referring to the central ...
... the presentation, we had lunch on our balcony - PBJs again. It was very nice overlooking the lagoon and having lunch. Then we went down to the beach for a few hours until it was time to get ready for dinner.
Speaking of dinner. This is the first time all week that we actually had a decent dinner. We drove to a local restaurant overlooking the ocean. I got out the car to check it out. Too hot for me, so we drove down the main ...