Anup Holiday Homes
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... the train waiting room for the night as it was so late. We had a look but there was no waiting room just tiled floor and loads of weird looking guys and beggars around, one in particular kept following us and wouldn't go away. Here Willem and I had a bit of an argument, he was tired and wanted to crash and I was saying no way I'd rather book into a posh hotel. In the end I said he could stay and I'd go out and have another look. He decided to join and by a stoke of luck managed to ...
... creating more wealth. Turns out they want more of the western lifestyle and many of us want the Indian lifestyle and spirituality. Anjuna seems to be a melting pot of young, wealthy Indians visiting from the cities, the locals who are mostly Catholic, the very poor and the Europeans and Westerners looking for the "holy grail". Whether that is a drug induced high or our natural state of peace and bliss. Enjoying the ...
... train station to buy our tickets for the overnight train to Kerala. The place was hell! We queued for just over an hour. Some Indian ladies tried pushing in just as col & I got to the counter, soon sorted that out though! "Errr we are first! Join the que". We have booked tickets for the overnight Sunday train, it's a 10hr journey. Gone for a lower class carriage this time....who knows what that will be like!! We then took a rickshaw to the beach. We ...
... and chillin, we wait for our rendezvous with a bizarre beach henna tattoo artist who will be branding us both with our Global Gypsies logo (thanks to the wonderfully talented mr. Brett Lawrence). This guy is a 100% carbon copy of captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean. Dreadlocks, skinny, tattooed, grubby, mad thick black eyeliner. Certainly a strange cat! This will not be boring. . After that, apparently Curlies has a mad trance party night. Don't you just love a quiet ...
... high season – strike that off the list. Then it was Indonesia – rainy season – no good for diving. A second X. Then Nicaragua – couldn't get a place we liked in Granada – another X.
I was having my teeth scaled back in Toronto when the dentist came in and looked at my chart. When she told me I needed four crowns I smiled; she'd made the decision for me. India it would be. Four crowns at home represents ...