Verca le Palms Beach Resort
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... was a baby with his parents stood on the street - the Dad passed the baby to me who was very interested in my bangle and the whole family thought it was incredibly funny. That evening was Gerrard's last game for Liverpool at Anfield so after hunting for a place that would switch the cricket off we found one who promised us the TV (but changed his mind 6 minutes into the game). We found somewhere else and watched the game until midnight when we collapsed into ...
... was quite interesting. The guide explained the three main Hindu deities: Rama – God of protection, Vishnu – God of reincarnation and Shiva – God of mutual understanding & the present. From there we walked up a hill past a temple to Ganesh with a large Boulder carved into the elephant-headed deity. We walked about two or so miles in the heat of the day to the royal monuments. We passed banana ...
... get in little pots on the shelves in the supermarkets back home. So basically you chuck some full fat milk in a pan and bring it to the boil. Then you add some white wine vinegar or lime/lemon juice and it all separates and looks ******* gross, like something you'd find by a bus stop in Brighton on a Saturday morning. Certainly not something you'd want to put in your mouth. You strain this through a cheese cloth or muslin ...
... don't really know ten that well. In the end they had 1300 people arrive at their wedding, and after the ceremony they had to stand and greet and kiss everyone. I think it would probably spoil the day, they said they zone out after a while and it gets a little annoying. I can imagine! I'd have a face like thunder after 20! The berths are pretty much the same in these trains as there were in the other train, I was on top bunk this time, wasn't too bad! ...
... 2014 were to change the face of our trip....forever! On this fateful night the four of us decided to wonder down the main road to find a place for dinner. Keeping to our strictly non Indian diet (after a while going without, you really start craving western food!) we saw this place offering three beers for Rs100...that's £1, how could we refuse!? We had a look at the menu but something else had caught our attention, a huge juicy looking tuna fish sitting ...