Kanan Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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3.Passport Service 8.Bus Tickets
... it's very hard for anyone to get train tickets because touts buy up all the seats and sell them on for almost double the price. He thinks that it would be better if a citizen 'identification number' needs be entered to buy a ticket and then they'd be able to detect the touts, although he thinks the rail companies are also complicit in the corruption. His family will be on the train from Friday night until Sunday morning as they're going to a wedding party ...
... here aren't particularly stretchable. But, I figured, he's a tailor. He must do this all day long. The shop was full of clothes. And, I wasn't sure how to communicate my fear to him that he was going to make my clothes to small. So, I tried to just have faith and I left. Besides, he was only going to charge me 70 rupees. To take in 2 tops and put sleeves on 3 of them. What could go wrong for 70 rupees ($1.40)?!? :-) When I picked them ...
... I can wear it as a dress!) What color pants do you wear under a green dress with red trimming? The guys in the store thought red 'lenggies' (not sure if the tag was supposed to say leggings and there was a typo or if these pants are called lenggies) would be perfect. When I turned that down (I felt too Christmas peacocky in them!) they pulled out a different shade of green and then some purple pink (lavender-ish) pants. We didn't seem to be finding quite the ...
... to the conclusion that it was completely acceptable to eat this sloppy dinner with our hand. Me and Jeff looked at each other, shrugged our shoulders and gingerly dived in. It felt so wrong yet so right! I couldn't help think that the locals had seen us coming a mile off and decided to hide their cutlery under the table as a mischievous prank.
We spent the afternoon walking from Palakunnu to Bekal Fort. Every person we walked past smiled generously and said "hello" and ...