K.T.S. Paradise View Hotel
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... agriculture of its own. It’s a desert island and the nearby fishing is not good. We went looking for the Maritime Museum from the market area. We found the museum but took a longer route to reach it (you could say we were lost, but I’d prefer to say we were “exploring”), going through a one-time prosperous neighborhood of mansions that went into decline in the 70s, and now is being slowly restored. The museum is ...
... set up everywhere , kids drinking juice out of tied up plastic bags. Coconut boys with truck loads, chopping up for the water and soft flesh selling to the villagers. I'd already had one experience enough so kindly declined!! The chap that cooked on his BBQ by the road, spiced chicken hot sauce and pumpkin soup for passers by, we had a couple of bits, then the rest of the village,workers, mothers going back from school, kids, had it packed up and sent for their lunch! The amazing ...
If you are going to steal tea bags from the restaurant to sneak back home, don't put them in the top pocket of your shirt, and forget about them.
I rinsed a shirt through last night (with some other things) and could not understand where all the brown streaks down the right side were coming from, when I hung it up. Result? Ruined shirt (and ruined tea bags).
David and I took a walk around the hotel's lake the other ...
... The people are wonderful, but here I have my only slight cause for concern.
Min and I have been here four times before, and on each return get greeted like long lost family. There are hugs and kisses from just about everyone we meet. To be honest I recognise most of the happy smiling people, but not all of them. And this year it is the same. "Welcome back, it's great to see you again", but this is being said to Elaine and David too who ...
... the bar staff on his own! The dancing lessons continue with the introduction of more exotic dances, the rumba, the jive and the cha cha cha. The temperature is dropping a degree or so each day. The sun is still trying hard but the wind makes getting out of the jacuzzi rather uncomfortable and the pool, although warm, is decidedly ...
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