- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... We dropped his wife off to the hospital for her shift.
Then we went to the fish market to see the fishing boats starting to come in and the auctioning of the catch. The boats come in to the beach and the fish are brought straight up to a shed where people are waiting to buy them. An auctioneer puts a fish on the cement floor and people gather around and bid for it. Big fish are sold singly, and small fish in groups. The purchaser picks up ...
After settling into our guesthouse we had heard there was a great canoe trip around Ashamundi lake and Munroe island through the tourist office. After several people claimed to be from the office we managed to find the right one and booked the 4 hour trip for the following morning. Next was a walk to the station for Willem to book a train before heading to the beach. It was a nice one with the biggest waves I'd seen so far. We sat ...
... re thrown by the media of a world full of fear, injustice and violence is sometimes all we believe exists beyond our own family. However it's not the case. There is genuine love and compassion all around if we choose to see it and be open to it and today I experienced that. Another important day and one which I hope I remember when I need to; to pass on what I saw and become more like the people whose hospitality and company I enjoyed. Let's hope ...
... will be interesting to see how long this survives before a dedicate drier is introduced to the market to cater to the faster lives of Indians.
I found that the Auto drivers in any place are bound to give you good ideas about the city. I usually make it a habit to consult a couple of them to verify the ...
After getting up at 7am, bleary eyed, we went in search of an auto rickshaw, having already asked about how much it should be, we approached a group of drivers, who eyed us with suspicion, they were not willing to take us for under 350 rupees, a whole 100 rupees more than we had been told to expect to pay. It seemed our pride was at stake, but we stuck to our guns and told them if they wouldn't take us we would find someone who would. We walked about 100 yards ...