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... thus more money. It was a really cool experience to be trotting on horseback in the sand towards the pyramids but we were thrown off by the fact that an extremely poor and garbage riddled town was next to it. Not exactly the post card experience but we can now check them off the bucket list!
2 days in Cairo was more than enough and we were ready to catch our discount flight out of there. Just when we thought we were free and clear from the chaos we arrived at the ...
... be going to the forest for a mudbath! :D
..... oh...... i even got a surf in today!!! back of the net.
still have all my bank cards, passports and cash so all is goooooood
I dont miss you and I wont be back.... soooooooo long!! :D
.... (Okay I'll be back n Jan)
Peace.. x x
... in Goa. Not only was it a quiet place with few other people, but very few places were open and the beach was covered in oil and litter. Again, you couldn’t swim in the sea. Not what i’d expected even out of season.
We had a different plan though. Two English girls had told us about a waterfall that you could get to at the far end of the beach by crossing a lake. So off we went! Walking across the beach there were more dogs than usual. ...
... stays just next to the rooms. They don't have a fridge in the house, so they don't provide food to their guests. The guys at the resort across this place, Visawa, agreed to serve dinner.
With all the arrangements sorted, we went for a nice afternoon nap. Its amazing how you appreciate the bed after just one night on the bus !! We woke up much later than anticipated, and set off for a walk on the Tarkarli beach. The resort Visawa has a private beach, through which we ...
... was a little more disappointing than our previous visit, although the food was pretty good, the young staff member who took our order not only didn't know what vegan was, because of a language barrier and the fact that he couldn't understand when we tried to explain what vegan meant, it made it extremely diffucult to order, and the owner of the place who spoke great english was standing about 1 or 2 metres away, decided he didn't care that we were ...