Dreams Beach Resort
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Nice hotel friendly staff about 5 min walk to clifftop and restaurants
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В магаз 80;нах рожде 89;твенс& #1082;ие цены - они не напис 72;ны на ценни 82;ах, но обяза ...
... us at the end of a pedestrianised walkway that lead to a maze of guest houses dotted around marshland. Walking in the semi darkness across the slippery paths, we had a bit of a scary moment where a scary dog was angrily barking at us and I slipped and half fell into the bog, before we backtracked and almost admitted defeat, seeking refuge in a different guesthouse. Luckily the owners of our original place called us in the nick of time, came and found us, and lead us ...
... afternoon and started negotiating a deal on a room. We've found that the first offer is usually 40% more than what should be paid. That being the case, we payed 700 rupees (around $13) a night for our eventual lodgings, which were of a pretty high standard. When we say 'high standard', there is no hot water and the bed comes with a clean fitted sheet. The cold showers and the lack of bed linen haven't worried us as it's always ...
... friendly. Its not quite 5 star resort, in fact Ollie said it would barely pass for a 1 star resort but we think it is perfectly adequate for our needs and you can't really grumble at the price we paid-£15 per night!. Just out of interest, we went to look at the original hotel we looked at as the reviews all rave about its gardens and swimming pool. True, the gardens are beautiful but the pool was a similar size to our one and was much busier and with children and ...
... coriander type of gal! 25th April. we decided to go on a tooktook trip up the mountain to 'Top Hill Station' and on route stop at whatever exciting things we found along the way: -small market stalls (we were asked to have a pic with 3 grown Indian men) -Huge tree with bee hives hanging down & fresh honey for sale -A bridge across a dam -A place called echo falls where we looked at stalls, drank strawberry tea, ate homemade chocolate, shot pellets at balloons ...