Hanthi Guest House
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... from the hotel and since I was in desperate need of a hair cut, I took their advice and was picked up within minutes and taken to someone's house and having my hair cut by someone who was barely out of their teens and had absolutely no idea how to actually cut hair. No cape, barely a wisp of water, and no clue as to how to get the tangles out. It got progressively worse as she kept cutting the layers shorter and shorter and I knew she would have the sides above my chin or worse, ...
... a few days by herself before meeting us next Friday. The train ride on the way home was fairly slow, which was partly because the train hit someone on a bike who thought they could beat the train. It wasn't clear whether they survived or not, but a lot of people (90%25 of the train) got off to look and looked very shocked. It happened just after a junction but took quite along time to stop, we did however keep going after about 30mins which shows the difference. In England would ...
... Kim opted for a Biryiani, which was also really good. The stray dogs on the beach were really clever, they saw that we were about to finish our dinner and waited patiently by our table for some scraps. Not that it did them much good, with food that tasty, there weren't any! When we got back to our hotel, we had to change rooms because the fan was broken. The owner seemed a bit put out that we wanted to change rooms, but let us change rooms without any ...
... until they are five. This is because very few females actually hatch - there is only one female egg for every 1000 male eggs. The hatchery also has some disabled turtles born with them in captivity and some caught in fishing nets and rescued. It was nice to see these turtles so well cared for, but I felt really sorry for one blind turtle, who was swimming into the wall repeatedly. Unfortunately, the hatchery was destroyed by the 2004 tsunami, al ...
... Mark and I start to slightly panic. Mark takes great interest listening to the guy talk about science and rocks and I get bored and start looking around, every time I walk near a cabinet the lights come on. In the end I start whispering to Mark that I could pick something up and say I like it just to humour them!! I do like a gold necklace made up of all different golds but it costs £1,500, I never did like cheap things.
Once the tuk, ...