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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to bag the trip to the hilltop, white Monkey Temple.
Computer time consumed the balance of the day, sharing my porch with a black dog. A goat herd came by. 1800 refreshments were on the porch of the Bejans. Suzy was not well enough to join us for drinks or dinner. Knocked on Lucas' door to invite him for a drink. He likes a stiff pour but then having to put up with some of thse misfits that's understandable. Was that four gin and tonics I had ...
... was great because whilst it had the boring stuff it was set in a landscape that was amazing. And most importantly there are monkeys everywhere! It has been a great place to visit as we approach the end of our time in India. We have just one more stop now - North Goa where we hope to spend a week sunbathing and chilling.
... trees like a mountain. The view from our balcony/walkway that led to our room was pretty remarkable. We were able to see the remnants of several ancient bazaars, temples, and villages. From our balcony you could observe downtown Hampi which was a total of 3 square blocks :P. It was a kind of surreal place to be staying. When we were in Asia we had to drive to see the temple ruins, here they were all around us!
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... India. He was on his way home to Toronto. We all sat in a resturant and played cards during the midday heat. I taught them *******. After a couple hours we went to a swimming hole that had spray painted signs that read NO SWIMMING CROCODILES. I seen a few locals down near the water. They said it was a joke, although they weren't swimming. I took my chances, it was hot after ...
... 8220;Do Not Swim: Crocodiles”. We didn't fancy our luck in the water so after driving through, we turned around and headed back the way we came. It turns out these warnings are either a hoax, vastly exaggerated or entirely accurate depending on who you ask.
Instead we searched for the swimming spot rumoured to be near the exaggerated waterfall. This involved a long journey through the drying rice fields, into a thicket of bamboo before the track ...