Ondas do Mar Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a window washer at the station too. Another first--on our maiden voyage on the South Central Railway--was the sale of magazines.
Lucas joined his favourite people [the B Team] to read The Hindu Times. I looked down from the top bunk, happy to see stories on Pushkar [camel sales down] and the KSRTC [lower fuel costs help]. When you are in a country for a month, you do feel it is a part of you.
Up for a view outside. Not too many crops on the western side ...
... pool. Most of the guests are either retirees or families with children. This was a perfect way to end my trip to India! I've put my winter change of clothing in my carry on, but am still reluctant to change out of my summer dress and sandals! No free wifi connection here at the airport in Delhi, so will try to post this last blog entry, in Brussels. India is ...
... and nobody on the scene knew what to do. The guy of the car started to give him a CPR but I don’t think that he knew what he was doing.
To our surprise an ambulance arrived a few minutes later, they put the guy to the ambulance but if I had to guess I would have to say that he didn’t make it. He was really bad injured.
Tez and I were both really shocked. It was the second accident we witnessed within a few weeks (besides that minibus accident in ...
... here, get used to it. We stop off in the general direction of our hotel, we dont know where it is as Mrs. Gibbs had booked us a place and we need to get on the internet to get the confirmation email. We stop off at one place only to find their internet doesnt work. I call Mrs. Gibbs on the phone, it's 3.45am back home. A very tired Mrs. Gibbs gives us the details and we then arrive at the beach resort hotel.
... maybe be they were using the airline payment-before-you-fly system. The food however, when it arrived, was wonderful. Two courses and drinks, 900 rupees (about $18) each – no complaints there!
Here’s an extraordinary piece of info. Susegat Village, the place we are staying, right on the beach, is mostly dismantled, stored flat and covered in tarpaulins ...