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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... inside edge
of the boat to sit on and look out from; we had large bedrooms with attached
bathrooms and cute little windows which were perfect for looking out at the
water edge. Up a spiral staircase was the top deck, with sun loungers and
cushions to sit on either in a shaded area to escape the heat of uncovered for
the full view ahead and burn of the sun’s rays. It was a lovely afternoon just
drifting down the river, drinking beers on the roof and playing ...
... so hard, there wont be much bouncing about on them. Extremely quaint but clean and homely, with photos of the original Mrs B, husband and other family members including Miss B who now owns the property. We got settled in and crashed pretty quickly - only to discover we had a mosquito in the room….grrrr…..it was time to ‘christen’ the mosquito net - yet another essential item brought with us from the UK, fun and games putting ...
... All of this blended together in a chaotic melody of honking horns and a surprisingly lack of collisions. My head just goes back and forth attempting to take it all in. There are little outdoor barbers on the streets, food vendors and women dressed in all sorts of vibrant colors. There is also poverty, a sad reality that is hard to see. One thing I noticed was people carrying big loads of branches ...
... neighbours) its spiritual and material, cruel and kind, angry and beautiful, smart and stupid. It also describe the people desperate yet very gentle people. We get mad at them for trying to rip us off but they never get mad, they push their luck but you can kind of see why. I have to remind mark that they are only human. I think they have an extremely calming influence and 'when they love they really love'. We had a man actually say that to us. Anywhoooo, enough of the analytic ...
... along sandy edged roads, punctuated by random shack like shops, selling skinned cows, crisps, brooms and ducks - sometimes all at the same time. We crossed over the water, lined with Chinese fishing nets, and eventually pulled off the road and headed down very small lanes, more path like really, I between palms and plastic sheeting. The blue sheeting see,ed to mark out various properties - glimpsing little worlds inside them - saris on washing lines and grinning ...