The Tamarind Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
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... side streets and hidden gems of houses tucked away. It feels like more of a party town in season, with lots of pubs and bars (closed when we were there) and even a few nightclubs - we could imagine the place humming over the busy season and were happy to see a more relaxed side of the place. We roamed around the town, watching the locals go about their business - they seemed relaxed and happy that there were so few foreigners here. The ...
... morning i wake up with a nasty cold. The last thing i feel like right now is a hike up to Anjuna to party. I contemplate for like a minute, before i tell myself: "last push, then i rest for as long as my body needs." Off to Anjuna i go. On the bus, i sit by the window and am overwhelmed by this feeling of elation followed by the urge to cry. My eyes fill with tears, and this moment feels so familiar to me. I remember having felt this way once before. ...
... suggested her doctor, he came, prescribed antibiotics and I am already feeling better, we are staying here for another week though, a bit of rest was what we came here for so we are going to really stop. The first guest house was really lovely, large rooms with wee sit out balconies, however they were booked up after a few days so we had to move. We found another wee gem which was stunning, hammocks in the balconies and just perfect, until the building site ...
... the next day in the pool with them playing freesbie and drinking beer so we had a good craic. Anjuna certainly had a cosy charm about it, with a quiet beach and sun aplenty, it was very relaxing. We spent most days at the beach hopping from bar to bar catching the rays and relaxing after being on the move so much. Our next stop would be Baga, which we had heard lots about, this was the next beach down from Anjuna. Hopefully this would be just as good. Much love Han ...
... flipping over, swimming, or getting up to have lunch out of the sun we didn't do much else until the sun started to fade. Then we cheers'ed the day with a couple of cold ones till it got dark. The evenings were usually filled with Terry or Matt cheering for their favourite Premier League Football teams while sipping on rum and coke or more cold Kingfishers we bought for next to nothing at the liquor store as we had a working fridge in our room!!! (Another huge selling feature to ...