Keys Hotel Nestor
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... checking availability we got upgraded to a luxury room in the palace wing! (Lar-di-dar) and headed to the restaurant where we were meeting the rest if the group for the final supper! Si an Rich dropped Claire and I off and went to get our things so we could head straight there after. Si said that whilst walking rough the building site he got paint sprayed all over him!! :) After what seems like months without any sort of beef, there was beef on the menu -Hurray!! ...
Well after my first crouching (as opposed to sitting) "effort" so to speak, this seems an appropriate time for the first blog entry. I should say at this point that I'm not sure how many photos I'll be able to post, although armed with my USB and digital camera this pc, for one, couldn't work it out, anyway let's crack on.
Had a somewhat kamikaze taxi driver who seemed to take my perceived enjoyment of his "chicken" driving style as some sort ...
... of Godefridus Weverman's wife Susanna Geertruyda Pfeifer, 17 years old. She died along with her newborn baby on 28th March 1745 on her first delivery.It is a slab of black stone fixed on a wall.
Cor and Smitha's family
Smitha’s brother Suman picks us up at 13:00 for lunch with his wife (who is at a wedding). Suman is working in a bank, he is a musician and has a band that sings religious songs in India pop ...
... Henry the shut-in. Sadly replying to emails alone in a room while the girls told visitors that nobody gets to see the wizard.
Our last day in Anjuna was really sunny. We walked right to the end of the beach and settled in some deckchairs outside the local watering hold Curly's. There were some other travellers to either side of us. At this time of the year most of the westeners here are the hardcore hippy types who came here years ago and never left. As ...
... we make a living by what we get, and we make a life by what we give.
I soon felt like a pro at catching the trains, and unfortunately one day found that I had become one of those pushy people that I had been so appalled at just the week before - but I felt like I had limited options - if I wanted to succeed in getting on the train and leave it remaining relatively unscathed then I would also have to push and shove my way through. So much for my daydream in ...