Paradise Village Beach Resort
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... after our arrival an Indian man grabbed our our Australian friend and told him he had something in his ear. David, thinking he has shaving cream in his ear said (in a typical Australian manner), "thanks mate!" Before he knew it the guy had stuck a long wooden stick into his ear and scooped our a heap of ear wax! The first thing that popped into my mind was that this guy was going to inject him with all sorts of illegal drugs, so Holly and I ...
... it had white fine sand and was deserted - just a handful of people, no shops or huts to be seen.
We took full advantage of being by the coast and ate plenty of seafood including Baby shark!
We tried our best to avoid the hottest part of the day, but in a vain attempt to correct some terrible tan lines/get some colour, we both ended up burning ourselves on the last day, of ...
... by the man beside me as he was getting this treatment I politely declined and rushed out of the shop after paying before I was offered anything worse. I went in with what Alice insisted on calling a "Ginger rugged beard" and came out with what she now calls a “cute little baby face”. I can’t say that either of them sound like a ...
... and party into the night. It is different from what we imagined but surprisingly better. Today was a special day for two people in the group. Firstly it was Lauren's birthday and secondly it was the anniversary of my breast cancer surgery one year ago. So the group got down to some serious celebrating with cocktails on the patio, then drinks at Curlies the local bar below our ...
... Zante...any expat location, and you get the picture. It was FULL of tourists - pretty much a 30% split between English, Russian and Indian. And then there's the restaurants - all showing football, western films with expensive food to boot. It seems as if this town has sold it's soul to tourism - with everywhere geared up for the 'western' market, and unfortunately it looks as though any sense of culture was lost in the process.
We found a cafe on the edge of the strip, ...