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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... past coconut trees, egrets, cormorants, flycatchers on the wire, schools and homestays, large houseboats, men washing in the stream and women slapping their laundry on the stones.
Were staying as only the second-ever set of guests at a lovely new build on the Pampa River, Ayana's Homestay run by former Intrepid leader Vini and his father. The homestay runs an enlightened policy of no litter and safe water on ...
... kids pooping on the side of the road. It seemed every square foot along our way was market after market selling everything and anything one could want. It seemed like there is no homeless, they might live in shanties but they have a roof over their heads and a one burner stove to cook outside, like we do when camping.
When we arrived at the Gates of India it was very crowded and the bay was full of tourist boats and ships. We ...
... more importantly, each other. For two stubborn individuals having the time of their lives together, we continue to learn and hope it gives us a leg up on the imminent challenges we will face when we return home. The key point is this: each day brings us closer together, and my love for her only continues to grow stronger. Below are my top ten reasons I’m glad I have this pillow woman with me at every fork in the road.
... had a rather chilled out 1 today. Marks found a spit'n'sawdust gym 3k away from our home address: hut 2. So every morning he pops out for an hour and a half to pump up whilst I concentrate on looking at the back of my eyelids to check for any leaking daylight. (Zzzzzz). We just chilled out today. Its now 18th April & We've been trying to book train tickets to go down to Kerala. Its becoming a bit of a mish! Next train available is 23rd April which is no good to us-we are ...
... down by cruising down the backwaters on the roof of the boats with the wind in our faces. It was very interesting seeing all the local houses and the wildlife; we even saw a Catholic church. The other walk was in the evening, which was much cooler. We walked around rice fields and farms for around two hours, with our guide telling us all about the local way of life, before getting a canoe back to our home stay. On ...