Sun Lotus Yoga Sanctuary
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... when we get there before taking it. If there are mosquitoes around, we will need to use repellent no matter what because they also carry dengue fever, chikungunya and Japanese encephalitis :P We have read that we can obtain visas at the airport in Siem Reap, but need to bring our own photos. We took photos ourselves and cut them to passport size. Hopefully, they will ...
after good breaky, we walked to Trinity Colllege and saw the Book of Kells and the ancient library. Sunny day then we walked up street and shopped again. Walked to Nat. Museum of Archeology for Jo to see Celtic artifacts TOTALLY WONDERFUL even the building was amazing. it was a private museum next to his house. In one room there was an incredible display of two bog ...
... car too, which i have decided is exactly the kind of car I could drive someday. Goodbyes again for a long and complicated bus journey to Duncan to meet our next hosts. They live with their 6 children in a beautiful cob home they built, on their family farm. 6 kids sounds crazy, and it is high energy for sure, especially when the eldest is only 12, but they were ...
Today is Thursday and we leave home on Sunday and fly to Thailand on Monday! Hopefully everything is ready - all of travel documents, reservations, packing, etc. The house is clean, we had a final meeting with the house/pet sitters, and even have Liz and Roy picking us up at the ferry on Sunday! So...let the final countdown ...
... type of sea lion which made more of a loud growing noise rather than a barking noise. Apparently when the Orcas are feeding on the seals the tour boats have to keep 200m away so as not to distract them from trying to survive and in the past seals have been known to end up in boats causing absolute chaos. When the resident light keeper on Race Rocks wants to hop in his boat he has to get out the fire hose to keep the seals away: they have worked out the ...