Flower Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... be paid otherwise we could have just walked off without paying all the time. Funny way to run a business but they place was constantly packed with people eating so we chose well.
Una is itself a tourist attraction mainly because of its beach. We arrive on a saturday so it is packed with locals, itself a funny sight to watch, as they are really having the time of their lives. Everyone is fully dressed, including women wearing the burka, but they don't let this get ...
... enquires about price, to which we are told '35 euros a night' which is more than we were hoping to pay. We decide to head elsewhere and wait for Lorena and Marco to see their room. Meanwhile we are told we can have a room in the house for 4000 rupees a night, so we take a look. The rooms are basic and smell a bit damp but for a private beach and breakfast included we decide to take it. We are then offered the room next door, which is of a similar standard ...
... well being.....there’s a hell of a lot of practical wisdom to be gleaned from
this ancient system of medicine.
As for the resort itself.....this I can highly recommend - however at least one person in the room must be undertaking Ayurveda treatment. Everyone goes out of their way to ensure your stay is relaxing and enjoyable. Everyone says hello as you wander past them on your way to and from the ...
... but dismissed the idea, thinking it would be a white knuckle, hold on for dear life trip in a crazy little rusted out Morris Minor. Nothing was further from the truth - a very safe driver, not exceeding the speed limit, on good roads in a safe, modern car. I snoozed for half an hour on the way to Galle. We arrived in Galle to see the sea, the mighty Indian ocean rolling in. Fishermen pulling their nets in and heaps of seafood laid out on mats for sale along ...
... The previous year we powered through the eye of a full force-12 cyclone* off the coast of Turkey in a place where cyclones weren’t supposed to happen, the Mediterranean Sea. We encountered winds that well exceeded 100 knots and 100-foot seas that lasted throughout one terrorizing night. We hadn’t expected that storm either, because we had no way to obtain weather predictions, but as we were pulling out of the harbor in Finike, Turkey a few ...