The Sea Horse Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Bardez
... for Zane and Mr Men and Little Miss series for Zach), some crayons and paper, one Ipad only (which they never used, at all), two cameras (one SLR, one compact), our phones, a laptop to back up pictures, a travel tripod. I gave the Kindle a miss, I would probably not have the time to read, plus it was pain to carry so many electronic items.
Paperwork: I carried prints of all the flight tickets, hotel confirmations, rental confirmations, plus prints of all ...
... end of the beach, another ramshackle collection of homes that look so fragile you wonder how the breeze doesn't blow them all over. Eventually we make our way back to the car and hurtle along the roads back to the ship. On our previous travels around India we were told countless times that the people in the South, and the West of the country were different to those in the North and East. Although our visit today was a short one, we are starting to see what they ...
... Biriyani (chicken and rice dish) and ice cream for dessert. It was very nice! Andreas (the 10 year old son) had bought a riddle (raadsels) book and done some with us, Uncle Maurice is very good at them! We shared another couple of stories and poor Andreas fell asleep on the couch. We were quite tired as well so after saying goodbyes we got dropped off back at the school. We went to bed straight away, so the blog writing was for the next morning! Xxxx Clíona and ...
... easy city visit. Constant stare downs (mainly at the tall blonde girl) and pushing of products and services really kept us on our toes and made us realize what kind of turmoil the city had gone through so recently. There were almost zero tourists in sight at any given moment which put us in the limelight even more. Nevertheless, we managed to see the National Museum with artifacts from the beginning of time and walked through Tharir Square where many protests broke out.
... I would definitely want to give kite-boarding a try. looks like a blast.
And with these, my friends I wrap up this log, and one of the most extraordinary journeys I have taken in many, many years. Thank you for taking the time to come check out what I've been up to and, if you have a chance, go to India. It is tough in my ways but, equally rewarding.