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... Thailand too. There are still people about, you just don't have the masses that usually fill this place. This was perfect for me as i like the presence of others but prefer to avoid the hordes. Unfortunately, the few beach huts still open, were full, so i had to settle for one of the guesthouses just off the beach. It was both cheaper and nicer than any of the beach huts and still only 50 metres from the beach, so was fine with me. When travelling, it's nice to unwind now and again. ...
... market (very smelly) and contributed a 1,000 rupees towards a 1,700 king fish. Flora and her friends cooked the fish and other lovely dishes for a feast at 1pm.
... we both got seasonal veg, which turned out to be raw shredded veg. From there we went for showers and got ready for the evening. I had some collagen powder to help speed up the healing process in my ankle. For dinner we went to sunset cafe on Om beach to watch the sunset with a couple of kingfisher beers. Our food order was fresh grilled rockfish with indian spice, garlic potatoes and butter veg. Georgia ordered ...
... Not cut off but trimmed a bit. You would not believe the people that didn’t recognise me. It must have been getting out of hand but I didn’t really notice.
I went for a cooking course with Raoul where I learned to cook a Chicken DoPiaza, Dal Fry, Goan Fish Curry, Veg Biriyani and home made Naan Breads without using a tandoori oven. My biggest shock was that up until about 25 years ago all naan breads were cooked on a frying ...
... for places to stay. Amazing to see each these huts, plus the bar/ restaurants, being packed away to nothing and becoming an unspoilt
stretch of coastline again. We the other hand stayed just behind a lovely restaurant in a brick built, aircon'd bungalow - a far better option. On a beach that probably spanned 1.5km, there would have been less than 20 or 30 ...