Cleopatra Beach Bungalows
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After breakfast we headed back to "our pool" again where again we were the only ones there. We stayed there until Lyn took his life in his hands and went for his Thai massage at 12pm. A thai massage is done with no oils and clothed. Basically, like the yoga yesterday the masseur stands and sits on you to pull you into positions to stretch you. I wish I had been there to see it, as I bet Lyn made some noises! The girl ...
... a province) there were lots and lots of people out waving the national flag, lots of convoys and within the last few miles of our trip an absolutely huge traffic jam that took us past an evening market and also a celebration fair. It was eye popping to see mopeds, traffic and pedestrians all try and flow through this one road. The police had given up and were sitting down drinking watching it all happen. Amazing.
... with a gas bottle. He went away again and came back with a step ladder and took the unit inside apart and he left again. It started spitting ice blocks across the room!! Anyway it all seems to be fixed now and our room is much cooler....certainly not the icebox Celeste has though!! We had dinner back at our "local". It was delicious again. The lovely ladies came out with Sonia's dessert on a platter with a candle and we all sang happy birthday.....a lovely ...
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The rest of the day was spent in the pool, reading and basking under our parasols...taking all this in!
... set back from the road. Their plot is scattered with a dozen shrines and mini temples, which Mrs Arsa sprinkles with water from a frangipani flower, and decorates with small offerings of rice on bananna leaves and a woven palm leaf basket with other tasty titbits for the gods (including biscuits and sweets), accompanied by prayers and burning incense. Their house is nicely tucked away from the noise and the traffic, and Mr Arsa can arrange just about anything, ...