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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... next to us and was blown away by their 2200 rupee costs. Not within our budget thanks! A nice man told us he had a nice hotel, for 800 rupees each room and with a swimming pool! A swimming pool, now this sounded good. Wilsons, the place we were taken to was absolutely lovely, and gorgeous swimming pool surrounded by nice shaded trees, we looked at the rooms, which had fans on the balconies and swinging chairs, then we saw the game changer of a fridge! ...
... The Gateway, called Abode. Our night here was "like sleeping on a cloud!" The only hilarious/odd part of the room layout was the completely see-through glass door that made no attempt to hide the shower from view. As a consequence, Ailie had a front-row view of whoever was in the shower from her bed! Whilst in Mumbai we rushed around making last-minute present purchases before celebrating our last night together with an 'Awards' evening. Here we gave awards to all the most ...
... Whirly, maybe you can help me out with that??!) Another overnight train (that's an experience in itself) to the coast and a town called Varkala where I discovered the peaceful, quiet side of India (with a lot of other tourists too). Palm trees, coastline, clifftops, beaches, silence but for the sound of the waves. My days itinerary was as follows: wake, walk on the beach, two hours of yoga, swim, lunch, walk, watch the sunset, swim, eat, bed. This travel thing ...
... and travel advice, then phoned to book our guest house room for us, leaving us as well with contact information in case we needed any further assistance during our travels. I don't know about Stan, but they left me feeling a bit like a Goddess.
However, a Goddess with fair amount of tenacity, as the next few hours of travel would prove to be gruelling indeed. Bear in mind that it is about 35 degrees Celcius when we depart our train and make our way across ...
... for a price. The only downside is being surrounded by fellow tourist who predominantly include aged travellers that have sunbathed and smoked too much as well as large women that shouldn't be in bikinis. Great for people watching!
We have been tucking into all the different seafood dishes here, as we were getting quite bored of paneer and mix veg curries which were our main food in ...