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... the highlands - we visited a bee farm, a tea plantation, a rose garden and strawberry farm where we picked some strawberries to bring back home. Zul was determined to give us the most amazing experience and he did just that. We tasted five different types of fruit - from durian to mangosteen. Sechaba and I settled on mangosting as our favourite - it's approximately the size of a plum, covered in a dark red thick skin, as you peel it open you find small white cells ...
... trying to create a super-mouser.
During the day we hired bicycles from our guesthouse and cycled into town for lunch. It was about five miles away, and the part closest to the beach where we were staying was very hilly. I did a lot of pushing the bike up the hill and Paul did a little, but the downward rides made up for it. After the first third of the ride, the road was pretty much flat, but then the opposite on the way back. ...
... 8217;t speak as my scalp was burning. When we went to sleep the nightmares continued late into the night.
The next morning I still couldn’t feel my hair on my head. We grabbed our gear and were off. This town is going to haunt me in more than one way. As for Lucky she had a ball laughing at me the whole time. She did mention that there seemed to be patches of hair missing on my head, like someone pulled out my hair. I clearly was not happy with her jesting. ...
... afternoon we returned to the hotel and showered before heading out for some dinner. We both realised that despite our best attempts, we had both burnt after 2 months being covered up in cold countries. Chris had burnt his feet and Annabelle had burnt her back, oh dear.
We went back to the local cafe for dinner which was again excellent and then stocked up on some much needed supplies of sun cream and Aloe Vera ...
... paradise. It was however, almost empty. A sunning couple and some dude ringing a bell on the end of the pier. The beach is called, Turtle Beach. Back in the day turtles used to lay their eggs here. Sadly, they stopped coming as people would come and take the eggs to eat or camp on the beach overnight, disrupting the pattern of the turtles. Since then, they have stopped this from happening and have started a sanctuary for the turtles and are hatching the eggs for them ...
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