Hotel Picnic Plaza
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Picnic Plaza Bardez
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... in the park before hopping on some scooters and
trundling up the coast to their abode. This was a rather nice house in a small
gated community with a pool. The lesbians consisted of two Dutch girls and two
Indian girls, one a recent convert.
Turns out holi powder doesn’t wash off
easily and I spent the following day looking like a baboons ****.
Only one of the girls was awake by the time
I left in the morning. So after leaving a note of thanks ...
... br> out space and an enormous bed to lie our heads on, and unlike many of the
places that have been here for years this place is pretty much brand spanking
new, so everything is in tip top condition. Every new business is bound to have
some hiccups, let’s face it, no one gets everything right first time, it’s all
about growing and learning as you grow. Its been a pleasure to get to know the
staff here, all guys from Manali and north India, and to watch ...
... wear bikinis and all. We still could not remove our clothes so we went to the beach to see for ourselves. We explored the beach a little before settling on some deckchairs which you can use for free if you buy a drink. The reception lady was right and I think to be honest that day the biggest perves on the beach were me and Kirsty. We just couldn't believe it, coming from Mumbai beach clothes central to here. Woman were not only in bakinis but some were in thong bikinis and ...
... and asked me for my number. I said I didn't have one. He called me a liar. He emphasized that we were the same color and we need to stick together and that it was unfair for me not to give him my number. Oh well, he did not need to have any of my personal information and he was getting a tad bit aggressive. I did not like this. I walked away to the pharmacist. The pharmacists said, "I thought you were talking to your friends?". ...
... of research and was moving toward restoring the house to its former glory. Many quite old artefacts were on display. Coins / stamps, original restored furniture and photographs. Walking in the house's extensive gardens, was "hard work": very hot and steamy as well as being "mosquito bait".
We travel home with a few of us catching up on the odd siesta (is that Portuguese ?) in our vehicle and arrive in time to watch Australia and the West Indies match in the ...