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... incredible hospitality. We were totally wooed by India; its colours, smells, smiles and chaotic charm. The Golden Temple stands out as our favourite site, closely followed by the Taj at Agra. So many memories for us to savour; we now know why our daughters, Lucy and Ella, so loved their respective trips to India. We have vowed to return. We chilled out largely in Sri Lanka and loved our time at KK especially when we took off on our own to ...
... a few cafes further along the waterfront. We walked as far as the ferry terminal and then back along Main Street until we got to Pusser's Store which is an Island institution, named after the rum rations given to sailors by the purser. It started life as a bar and now sells some quite upmarket clothing. We had bought a polo shirt many years ago from here that is still going, so bought another! Then we stopped for coffee at ...
... the shops that are in every other city you've been to but in the airport even 'duty free' its still about double the price to buy ANYTHING. Chocolate for example is the worst, $6.70 for a bar that in Coles would be $3!!!! How is this even legal. The only good thing about duty free is the alcohol and then you have to fight the people who are trying to buy as much as physically possible and then they realise it won't fit in their hand luggage so when they change planes in the ...
... spent a day together, Greg’s mother-in-law took him to the Watts Gallery in Godalming, where she’s a steward. Sian’s knee wasn’t quite up to a gallop around the gallery but they visited the Watts chapel, designed and built by Watts’s wife Mary, which was stunning. And Greg found the nearby cemetery and its surrounds beautiful, too. Ahh, the serenity.
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... this tasty delight. This place is definitely worth another visit
– there is caving, abseiling and rock climbing on offer along with walking
though the gorge. The brochure did not have the most appealing logo and had
deterred us from planning to spend more time here. After our tour of the cheese
factory and tasting of the produce – the varying flavour across the products is
quite significant we headed ...