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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... preparation, honeymoon, frustration/homesickness and adjustment. The honeymoon stage is described as "the time when the expatriate’s relationship to the new environment is viewed through rose-tinted glasses. Everything seems new, exciting, and exotic. Initially they adopt the more temporary and sheltered mindset of a tourist". A quick read at my previous entries will confirm that’s pretty much spot on from my experience! I ...
... us a little off our food even though it was all delicious!!uncle Maurice made friends with our guide who's daughter was a doctor in the navy near where we were staying, taking his number and saying he would call up for a visit. The english, Italian man whizzed rakesh with questions about everything!!! And the we think Danish complained that the whole thing was too expensive. Clíona bought magical cinnamon oil for uncle Maurice and that was our spice ...
... Russian men as well have been known to cause problems with excessive drinking and refusal to pay bar bills. The Goans, Sunil told us, now have an arranged vigilante squad which deals with this and again he said it happens quite often. The Goans call them Kuski's, which means Dirty in the local lingo.
Did the Brits fare any better I wondered. Sunil said that sometimes there would be fights between British ...
... to them to confirm. We decided that emailing was just not working so we went to the payphone and rang them. They told us there were two options, leave on the 13th which is two days away or stick with our original date of the 7th. This left us wondering what was for the best and we decided to discuss it over a drink. After thinking about it for a while and working how much it would cost to stay a few weeks ...
... prepared by Steve, our host and cook. Sooo good! Don't those tiger prawns look like small lobsters?
We shared our table with Aussies Robyne & Max, and were joined by Alexandra. Tomorrow we walk along the beach for dinner at le Plaz with them.
We made a tuk tuk trip into Mapusa, about 20 minutes south, ostensibly to get some cash ...