Lake Palace Family Resort
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... to discover...shock horror, that once again there is no alcohol. They do provide quite nice non-alcoholic cocktails but we decide that if this enforced detox is to continue much longer, we will be forced to drink toilet cleaner for a hit. I muse a little later that this life is a bit like boarding school. No drinking or TV, early nights, lots of healthy activities to keep us interested etc, the only difference is that ...
... near my digestive system. It looks feral. One of the guys from the hostel braved a dip and said it just felt greasy and there was oil and rotting, dead stuff, and the next day he broke out in a rash. I'm not even ******** you. I mean, the fish, crabs, prawns, squids etc for sale down by the nets might have come from way out in the ocean but **** it, I want to be sure. I want ...
... which was probably a good thing - drenched rats are not attractive!
We then paid a visit to Jew Town and their synagogue, and along with about 100 primary children, listened to the guide who explained that the 1001 hand painted floor tiles were from China while the miss mash of chandeliers hanging from the eaves were from Lisbon. Interesting, and I think my first visit into a Jewish place of worship. By this ...
... the local rubbish floating about and causing a blocked water inlet pipe (I think it cools the engines or something important) but apparently we are no longer allowed to use our own divers unless they are trained to a high level so we called in the Indian Navy (again) and they sent the first Indian single handed round the world sailer Dilip Donde from the Naval Yacht Mhadei. Complete with diving gear. I ...
... Chuck/Chaz, call him what you will, we certainly did! They were such nice guys, we had plenty to giggle about(not something we struggle with though really is it? ) .We got off to a flying start by Paul routing around in Naomi's bag, claiming he thought it was his own, a likely tale indeed! After a few hours of drinking chai and talking all manner of ****, we buddied up! Waiting for the train was an experience in itself , we had never seen such ...