Travel Blogs from Mandrem
... had a commission organised for but we declined. At 1,200 rupees we said we'd look elsewhere. So next door at Molly's Nest seemed like a good choice and we got the same thing for 800 rupees/night. Boom, booked in for 4 nights in a beach hut, on the beach looking into the Arabian sea. That'll do just nice. We got ourselves sorted and went for a walk along the beach to get some lunch. Afterwards we rented a bike and scooted off back to Baga to meet Elaine and have ...
... very welcome (albeit cold) shower before I set about exploring Arambol properly.
I made my way down to the beach following Glastonbury road as it wound round and down towards the sand. I took my time enjoying the walk through the pleasant and surprisingly large village having a nosey (Not always voluntarily) in some of the shops. Ali Baba Pants, T-Shirts and little trinkets seemed to account for most of the wares however I also made a point to ...
... whilst we were serenaded in Bukit Luwang and the very song we had been singing during motorbike crash number 3 in Lake Toba! Tracy Chapman’s, ‘Baby Can I Hold You Tonight’. Femmy laughed all the way through and considered not telling Ruth that she hadn’t requested this song, as it was so appropriate! She did, however, because she thought that the fact it was merely serendipity made it even funnier.
On our final day we decided to go to a ...
... br> The beach is so beautiful, although the sea is not clear (were saving the snorkelling for Thailand) it has some wicked waves which were both enjoying riding in-between drinking kingfisher and eating some amazing fish. Like I said it’s easy to get caught up in it so easy for us to spend our 3 weeks here and here alone but, the traveller in me says no, in a couple of days we head to Anjuna, hippie central, or so I’ve been told!
... about $2 Aus). Poor Ben's long legged were rather squished. Oh and the bus driver was a nut bag. Zooming at high speed then slamming on the breaks every few moments so that everyone lurched forwards crushing into one another. Weaving erratically and stopping for people to get on or off for no more than a millisecond with zero patience so that people had to jump out or on with it still moving. an elderly lady nearly toppled over trying to ...
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