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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ghats, leads down to the water's edge where dozens of women are washing clothes, the colourful garments spread out on the stone steps to dry. Across the river is a fringe of palm trees and beyond that, mountains of those enormous golden boulders dominate the horizon. It's quite breathtaking.
Our guesthouse is on the other side of the river, the so called 'hippie side' and we get there by way of a small, overcrowded launch that weavesetween the boulders in the river. All the ...
... yellow or green holds, so me and Tarrant booked ourselves in a for a two hour lesson with Tom And Jerry.
That night I was woken up by the unmistakable sound of liquefied stomach contents leaving the human body via the nearest available orifice. Tarrant was really, really sick, bless her, and she didn't stop vomiting for about 5 hours. There was literally nothing I could do but thrust various pharmaceuticals I had lying around in ...
... gonna have your bank account fleeing for the nearest dark corner in tears.
It's worth it too. Sharmilla recommended we enlist the services of a guide for this ruin (but only this ruin) to get the most out of it so once we'd finished marvelling at the fact they were a) filming a Bollywood movie there and b) it took them about 15 minutes to set up a 20 second shot where a woman ran across the square, we employed the tried and tested method ...
... This is definitely tourist town though. Any time i step off the boat, rickshaw drivers shove a map in my hands and offer to drive me around to all the temples. There is also this universal hand gesture Indian women in all of the places i've visited so far seem to know, which is to cup their hand in front of them, then bring it up to their mouths. This gesture means: " Please give me money, so i can eat." Some women would carry their babies ...
... we headed to the post office to send a few postcards and checked out the huge Virupaksha temple which is still in working order and stands around 50m high, so it’s pretty imposing. Saw some funny chaps on the way who just stuck their mobile phone in front of Hannah and blatantly filmed her walking past – no shame at all!
The after saw Joe pluck up the courage (after a few days of umming and ahhing) to get his first ever cut-throat shave, and what a setting ...