The Red House
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... a real shame, but we can't do everything.
Will have to start preparing for Muscat tomorrow, temperature will be similar to here, low 30s and quite humid.
The hotel is beautiful, but quite isolated, which is why it was so nice to have a car. Tonight we'll just go back to the cafe on the beach for dinner. Cheap and ...
... very nice. I decided to try a dollop when I got back to the hotel, so I ate a teaspoon full. I wish I hadn't. The taste, is very much like caramelised onion with an aftertaste of old socks and cigarette ash. In short, it was, in my humble opinion, bloody awful. Perhaps it is an acquired taste, but I didn't want to taste it long enough to acquire it. Lilli wisely declined to taste the durian. Helen accused me of trying to poison her. ...
... was so loud we wondered what had happened. It came crashing down just in front of some tourists and broke the temple underneath it. We managed to find Bondi Bar n Grill in Lamai and stopped for BBQ ribs for lunch along with a Bondi Breeze cocktail. We found a beautiful lookout Heading home we went for a swim in the pool and dinner of pasta carbonara in the resort's ...
... to eat. After putting our bags in our cabins we all went off to go snorkelling, sunbathing or napping. The cabins are awesome! They're simple wooden cabins built on stilts, two to each. There's a balcony and a bathroom in each (no hot water though!) and only electricity between 7pm and 10am (it's still a bit dodgy then mind you!). We are a few seconds from the beach and the 2 or three little cafés that ...
... went on this organised excusion to an island national park place. It was a day of kayaking and snorkelling ... Which was nice..It took an hour and half to get there on the boat and we befriended a young and really nice American couple.. A sentence I'd never thought I'd write..they had been living in India for a few years so I think there Americanism had been diluted.. The kayaking was best with me and Aileen in a two man kayak. The pleasure and joy of ...