Omega Beach Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Guys shirts were coming off, hands behind head, staring vacantly out to the sea. Girls were messing up their hair, hand on hip and pouting for the camera. It was entertaining to watch. The Nepali guy working at dream catcher would always be asked to take photos, we joked it was his second job. He would roll his eyes at us each time he had to take yet another photo. He said he doesn't like middle class Indians and we could understand it as they kept clicking their fingers at ...
... 6 inches into the air off each one and it's exhilarating. We arrive and get all kinds of stuff and next door the guys buy coconuts from some nice Indian ladies fruit stand. After they buy it they realize they can't open it so we cross the street and borrow a shop owners machete. Josh needs some sunglasses so on the way back we stop and another little shop. Each of us buy some knock off spy's but they look good and their only 200 rupees which is 3$ US. Now I have spy's and ray bans ...
... went something like this:
Us: What do you think to our fish Rahul?
Rahul: This is only good for Cats.
That said, Rahul was brilliant! He taught us how to make some fantastic meals authentically (No Patack sauce required) and we made, then ate, Mushroom Masala, Butter Chicken, Palak Paneer and Chapatti's. Ste and Julie are in for a treat when we get to Australia!!
We also decided to get a 'relaxing' ayurvedic ...
... great! Once we settled in though, we noticed a sign on our bathroom door that read "please do not flush tissue down the toilet". Whaaaaa? After verifying "authenticity" of the sign with the cleaning crew, apparently we are to put tissue and other garbage in the bins so we don't clog the drains. A bit weird at first but we quickly got over it, making sure the cleaning staff did their rounds often. Surprisingly, the wifi worked great and was available all around the property, even ...
... say, but it takes more time removing our shoes, and then putting them back on, than we spend inside! The interest in these temples lies with the people worshiping inside. No photos are allowed, but the flash of cameras reflecting off the solid silver fitments is blinding. The money paid for flowers, to adorn the idols, and water sold to anoint the same idols as well as oneself, assures the upkeep of the place. From here we went to a Spice plantation and ...