L'Amour Beach Resort
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... hope of a no show, but it doesn't look like there are any no shows today so they have nowhere to sit or stand. And that's before we take into account how many ticketless chancers are amongst them. Somehow I must have managed a bit more sleep but now the ticket inspector is back snapping on the light and demanding tickets from the German lads. Surely he checked these earlier? They have to get up and unpack their rucksacks to locate their tickets. They kindly agreed to ...
... to remove all the silly little bones ourselves. Matt got really sunburnt so we read for a few hours then slept. Walked the streets at night and had burgers. I got a cheese burger which was just a giant cheese patty on a plate. Healthy as. Got lost on the way home but it was so hot still so it was nice walking for a hour. Matt and I both finished reading our books tonight, The Kite Runner & A Thousand Splendid Suns. Both marvellous books, now we'll ...
... Their ages ranged from 6 years old to 18 years old. They begin selling at a young age, are not allowed to swim/know how to swim, they do not go to school yet their brothers do, and they learn their English from talking to tourists just like Shannon and I. More in depth, we learned that if they do not sell anything during the day, their boss beats them...When they said this, I was stunned because they said it so bluntly without ...
... water he thanked me five times. I counted each and every one of them.
This morning as I sat on our porch in silence, staring out at the sea I heard the words, “I know what you're thinking. We're not getting a dog when we get home.” It was Elenka. The Mother was gone. I'd been wondering what it would be like trying to bring a stray Indian dog through Canada Customs. Both of us would wind up in detention.
“I don't even like dogs,” I ...
... with us seeing pineapple bushes, various herb plants and very spicy chilli plants. The trip also included us seeing an elephant bathe himself, a performance by local dancers, and a delicious lunch cooked with the spices grown there. We learnt many natural remedies including lemongrass tea (for migraines), a mixture of lemongrass and almond oil (for skin tone and acne) and tumeric and honey (for abdominal pains). Useful stuff!
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