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... is dry; great. Had some McDowell 'Celebration' rum and coke with Lucas and Susie. It was the best rum I've had but the sweetness of it is lower than I am used to.
Those who were going upstairs for dinner--the Space Cadets, D2 and Matilda included--decided they did not like the menu. Lucas was going to join Susie and I. As we were leaving, the others were milling about. Think lambs being led to slaughter mentality. I turned around to see ...
Because I noticed that most questions are asked multiple times a day, I decided to create a frequently asked questions page. Other questions can be asked in person.
Country? / Where from? / You from?
Netherlands. Between England, Belgium and Germany. In Europe.
England? / Ireland? / France? / Germany?
No, the Netherlands. Holland.
Indian name? ...
... t melt completely away.
35. Cocktails more expensive than those found in Manhattan do exist. (Monte Carlo, Florence, Dubai)
34. Some stereotypes exist for a reason. (Germans follow rules; Italian men don’t)
33. We don’t sing and dance often enough in public. It’s like a Glee version of the Ellen show on Broadway over here.
32. Buy it when you see it because you don’t know you’ll find ...
... building work around the quayside so it was quite chaotic and the air thick with brick dust in places.The first boat we saw was a big traditional houseboat with a lovely feel to it, it seemed in good condition , had a lovely sundeck accessed by a spiral staircase, a map of the backwaters, mosquito nets and it was just really cute! The salesman was also very friendly and my favorite phrase of the day was his when he said "get down slowly, hurry makes worry" Originally ...
... loose western women when we find ourselves the only women in a bar full of Indian men... It's never a comfortable feeling. We woke up early in the morning and the boat was already heading back. We saw the sunrise on the water and we were so blissed out. Even the hot, rattling bus ride to Varkala, through streets blaring music and the occasional parade, couldn't jolt me out of it. And then Varkala was days of just sea and sun and laziness. We love South ...