Dolphin Bay Hotel
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... voll funktionstüchtige Dusche (was in Indien auch eher eine Seltenheit ist) und sogar Wi-Fi im Haus.
Zuerst bestellen wir uns erstmal ein Bier und stoßen auf unsere doch sehr anstrengende Reise an. Danach geht es zum Strand. Wir verbringen den restlichen Tag mit Baden und 'Sonnenschlafen'.
Als die Sonne untergeht, stillen wir unseren Hunger in einem local restaurant. Ich bestelle mir 'dal fry' mit '4 x roti' und ein Bier dazu und zahle nicht ganz ...
... ramshackle villages, monkeys and lush vegetation pass us by. We also watched the men working ******* the sad dredging boats and were treated to lovely meals and good conversation. Our room on board was much nicer than most hostels we had been too, so we were happy as clams. It was a wonderful experience that went by way too quickly. We desperately wanted to hijack the boat when it was time to go, but alas, neither of us had any previous hijacking experience.
... Scott had the stones taken out but he told the man he didn't have the money so we have them 100 each and walked away, stupid men. What don't they understand about no money. Other than that incident everyone have been lovely. Arambol is full of dreadlocks, meditation, random people dotted all over the beach doing yoga, men wearing old cloth as skirts, hippy people in cross stitched clothes and they all look really spaced out, in another world sort of. ...
When we arrived to the pharmacy today, we were greeted with a smile by Raj. He then gave us a lecture on community pharmacy practice in India. This was very nice of him and very insightful. Raj is interested in helping us learn as much as possible about ...
... greeted with a small garland of flowers, and a small red dot of something dabbed onto our foreheads, we are now faux Indians! The tour was excellent! The guide showed us all the different spice plants. It is really something to see the actual plant, the spice, and taste or smell the fresh leaf. On the tour, we crossed a creek with the 'token' elephant in it and the 'taken' tourist giving it a bath, and the idiot tourist, (me), taking a picture of it ...