Oyster Paradise - A Boutique Hotel
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... a morris a guy from Switzerland, Indian people were taken photos of this, we must of looks so foreign!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! we didnt know what to do. However we managed , we had to pull them of us, which i felt awful for, but there was no other way!!!!!
But I am in India, which i am so happy about, I love this place so much, it is soooo incredible.
I hope you are all well.
Lots of love
Hi everyone, we are now in England house and pet sitting in a picture post card town called St. Anne's on the Sea. Some of you avid golfers may recognize the name as the British Open has been played here at the Royal Lytham & St. Anne's Golf club a number of times with the most recent in 2012.
The following is Part 1 of our India experience.
I left you last time with a sunset photo I took as we were descending into Indira Ghandi airport in Delhi and ...
... laughing. However, I was too quick to judge and soon we were into a fully fledged legit yoga sesh, bending in odd positions, breathing deeply so it sounded like a room full of Darth Vader's (thanks ruby ;) ) I have to say the instructor took quite a liking to me and loved to praise my correctly positioned stances. I couldn't help but get a little bit chuffed and suppress a smile whilst holding my perfectly positioned downward dog for the rest of the class to admire. ...
... Sahyadri Mountain ranges.
The cab allowed me to transcend from the concrete jungle of Mumbai. As we drove past, the sleek roads paved way for stunning green landscapes and for the first time in my life, I enjoyed a pleasurable rendezvous with the Great Escarpment of India. Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site has plethora of biological diversity, which I explored in the comforts of my ...
... but the two tickets of 300 Rs translated into AUD$12 left a rather bad taste. Not sure if this was a scam. Even after I stepped out of the mosque, sitting at the steps, I had random people coming up to me and insisting that I buy another ticket. "**** off!" I raised my eyebrows at them.
It took another 100 Rs to scale the minaret tower for a hazy aerial view of Old Delhi. On a clear sunny day, it would have been a ...