Hotel Moon Beam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and our improving bargaining skills!), and we finally made our way to the beach. We found a shore facing bar, and sat on the sand drinking Lions watching the most incredible sunset. We ordered dinner (which was pretty disappointing), and ended up making friends with a bearded guy on the next table; Ofek from Israel, a solo traveler who had just finished spending endless months in India. We spent the rest of the evening hopping between our two bars of choice on the beach, getting ...
... I perched myself on my baggage by a window . Hawkers selling goodies wound their way through the passengers doing brisk business.There were coconut slices , tamarind, local savories, cold drinks et el . The passengers were well-mannered ,no jostling, pushing or pinching ; in fact one gentleman offered me his seat well ahead of his station.
Every shortfall of the train journey was made up by the scenery outside. The trained wound itself along the ...
... sat us down and asked what we wanted. Steve had a chicken curry but they wouldn't say the price which was an error on our part. Usually you pay about a 50p in total for a chicken curry in these places but as soon as they saw westerners they upped the price massively. We got into an argument with them and eventually agreed a much lower price. It's only cheap but it's annoying that they charge at least 8 times more so we stood ...
Went with Andres and Ricardo to a sweet beach - started with U .. Tuktuk there. Cute driver told us how watching cricket (Nz vs Sri Lanka I think) saved his life with the 2004 tsunami hit. He had decided to stay at home in the fort and watch it so when it got he was safe due to the walls. Melted our ...
... she removes a select few items and puts them out: toiletries in the bathroom, a few clothes hung on rails, etc. Whereas I don't bother.
We both have a series of habits. Georgina glued to her kindle, whilst I'll be glued to this blog. Georgina guzzles water, slaps on sun cream obsessively, is honest in a brutal way, and buys too many souvenirs. On the other ...