Fortune Select Palms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... while the rest of us set off to Pushkar, where we strolled around a bit and did some camel hoppin' while spending a night in what was supposed to be the desert, but in reality were the cheap suburbs of the real desert. Now don't think it's all fun and games, mounting those beasts and hobbeling along their slick waddle. You can ask Mumsy's and my very own ********** chafed battle marks to testify!
Christmas was a pleasant affair, thanks to 3 ...
... thinking. In the evening we enjoyed an excellent meal at a restaurant just down the road from our hotel. We had some tasty spring rolls, a spicy Prawn curry and a lovely veggie curry with some lovely naan bread. The meal was so hot we needed to order some ice cream to cool our mouths! Friday, April 4 Today we headed to Puducherry for a couple of days. Our first stop was to DakshinaChitra - which was a kind of open air museum of South Indian cultures. It consisted of a range ...
... were safe and took us to any places at any time. Everyone was fine until saying goodbye to him. Amanda got upset, followed by Ganesh getting upset followed very closely by Sian getting upset! I think it's safe to say everyone was feeling quite sad to be leaving India after meeting such amazing people both inside and outside of work. The flight flew by (no pun intended) as we slept most of the way ready to try and feel semi fresh for landing in Heathrow. Advantage was fully taken of ...
... many things along the way: half-eaten fish, fish bones, 20 different types of live crabs... Little camouflage ones, big normal looking ones, a crab that had a small body and really long blacky purply red legs (mark picked it up), i stood on a spiky shell that turned out to be the home of a little red furry grab, we saw a couple of dead puffer fish that had been washed ashore, a large sea snail still alive, a dead flip... or it could have been flop?? This beach was eventful! That night ...
... and cool near the water, we sat by the sea for a bit just watching the waves, wishing we could jump in and swim unfortunately it was not recommended in the lonely planet guide book therefore out of the question. We paddled along until we found a path back to the road in desperate need of finding some shade. By then Lloyd had decided that his new flip flops really weren't for him as he complained bitterly about how stupid they were. To try distract ...