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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... if I was a family member. She apologised profusely for the delay and checked me in for my £3 one night stay. There were a few French and Ozzie's travellers in the common room but by this time it was already 10pm and I was soooo tired, so I just hid in my dorm, which I was sharing with an Iraqi guy who kind of forced me to eat some bread, yoghurt and cucumber!... Nice gesture but a little random. This morning I woke at a reasonable time and asked if I would ...
... have to say, it's so pretty! As I explored the narrow lane ways in the early hours of the day, I watched as the locals prayed in front of their shops and left offerings on the street. I walked around all day, just exploring and watching the people. I probably looked silly,I had a huge grin on my face, but I was just SO HAPPY to be back in my favourite area of the world. The days passed slowly and ...
... Came back and had a drink before going across the road to "Tropical" - Peter G had nice avocado & shrimp then lasagne. I had fish "tower" - overcooked and not very nice!! Came back and had a few more drinks while watching Dallas Buyers Club - good movie - can see why Matthew McConahey won oscar .... Ate a bag of chilli peanuts between us - ...
... have known it was me, so I still protest my innocence Mmmmm more eggs and things. We did however only just scrape in before the final whistle so the tea was a bit stewed, the potatoes were hard and everything else was cold. Also the tomatoes today were covered in garlic lumps. Bit early for that methinks. Chill out, back in the pool, starts to rain. It is very cool we spend a good half hour/40 mins floating about playing stupid games such as "who can ...
... drive to the view point is less then 30 mins away. We readily agreed to visit the view point. On the way towards the view point, we past by some monkeys which Arlan told us that these monkeys are the residents of the nearby forest and would usually settle by the side of the roads as they had known that passing by tourists would feed them food. Arlan pulled over to a group of monkeys for us to take some pictures before continuing our journey towards the view point. He also mentioned ...