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- Swimming pool
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... and the heat, complete with pool and lush gardens running down to the river which was barely flowing but pretty all the same. The hotel's veggie garden provided 90% of the fruit and vegetables we ate every day! We had 2 safaris to the national park included with our stay and did them by way of late afternoon and sunrise expeditions. Each safari was roughly 3-4 hours. Both incredible light and bush scenes scored with the many animals ...
Spoke to the owner while planing our daily activities, Michel, a French guy, lives here with his wife and child and has been, for over four years. Prior to this, he lived in India for twelve years. The place is ok, but maybe a little steep for what we get. I did not have any water for my shower this morning, needless to say, I was not a happy camper. I only discovered this after I entered the shower and ...
... better (and far cheaper) than our Iceland whale watching experience.
Back to hotel for late breakfast which we had requested and was included in room rate, then we headed to beach, rented a body board (300rpees for an hour) and set about catching some waves. Good fun and both Josefina and I enjoyed it. Hard work though getting out to ...
... therapist gently massaging the third eye. Sounds like something tortuous out of a horror film but was actually very relaxing!! Afterwards your hair is wrapped up in a turban (not the most fashionable look!) and you are advised to rest for the remainder of the day - no swimming, so exercise, no wind, sun or cold - you can tell who is having the treatment as we have to wear the turban for 48 hours so attend meals with ...
... get some decent photos for once. I have been really not that happy with my photos because its been really bad weather just about every day. We walk into town and a gorgeous school girl dressed in all white has a big smile for us and says “Hello, where are you going?”. She was so sweet and they are so curious and we said “Just for a walk”. We get into town and its a buzzing place, lots of traffic, tuk tuks, shops open ...