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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So after I got back to the room, after getting my additional cash from the ATM, I ate my remaining cheese and uploaded my photos, looked at my gmails and packed a little. Once Suzanne came back, I finished what packing I could do and started working on this blog. Suzanne managed to get half of her diary entry done on the bus in traffic. Now she is trying to sleep so it is time for me to wrap up.
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... imagine a stranger shopping experience (alcohol is legal, but very scarce). Back at the boat, we enjoyed a concert by one of the guys with a wonderful voice, then turned in to our private cabins (that were cleaner and less stinky than those on The Rocket). The next day Kris and Titu invited us to join on their private boat into the Saunderbans (extremely generous, as a day trip is usually $200 per person). The Saunderbans are the largest mangrove forest in the ...
... best hotel according to the Lonely Planet, located 4 km outside the village on a hill side. When I arrived, I was stressed and in bad shape. The manager was however very friendly, even though I woke him up because I arrived late (around 11pm). Everything was really nice, especially the food and service, but strangly I was the only guest there. The owner told be about a lot of cancellations due to the politicial situation, however I never felt any ...
... still drove on for another twenty minutes. Till, the driver stopped (maybe with a lack of control he could feel) and we had to find some other transport for the last few miles.
A great day. I slept like a baby that night! Next day, I was heading for the Indian border via bus. I had to kill the afternoon and ...