Eden Resort & Spa
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The day is planned out from last night, a trip to town for a little shopping, back to change for the beach and we'll see what else the day brings. The walk through town was a colourful experience because it was market day. Obviously a day for the locals to grab a bargain and for the market stall holders to grab a tourist bargain. There were fish both fresh and dried, there was fruit and veg, general junk and knick knacks. It was very colourful and noisy and a ...
... I still don't know though if he was indeed the Park Keeper earning a little on the side or just a scammer, anyway he deserved his few rupees. After a look around the area for somewhere to eat tonight close to where we are staying, we found an Indian with the closed sign up. After approaching to see if there was a menu, the sign was revolved to read open and we were invited in to be greeted with customers having their ...
... reef. The tide was going out, exposing the rock or coral and forming a small lagoon, only about 10 metres wide and waist deep, in which we could safely swim. In fact the current was so strong south to north that you couldn't make any headway swimming against it. There are a lot of drownings off the beaches here and in India due to rip currents. We bought some peanuts and bananas at a shack/shop and went back to spend an afternoon reading and dozing in the shade. We decided to ...
... quite a while - and they too were so sweet and hospitable! The next morning tarja's mum and grandma organised us breakfast - a huge spread of curries, eggs, fruit, toast and rice! It was really delicious, but apparently a local family makes all the curries and drop them off daily to the house! Tarja had organised for a friend of hers to take us sightseeing for the day. We started at ape gama, a ...
... or is this the medicinal benefits John Walker Red Label? We press on and up through dense jungle......passing groups of Macac monkeys and rustic looking dwellings. The rain adds a sense of adventure as the mists and drizzle obscure the distant peaks. We are now at about 3,000 ft above sea level and the temperature has dropped to a refreshing 20C. Our car cannot take us the last 4.5km up the steep tea planation tracks to the eco-lodge so we hop aboard a red tuktuk. Buzzing ...