Don Hill Beach Resort
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... downtime before a bus to Calangute and taxi to
just outside Anjuna, for Don’s much anticipated Indian cooking lessons. I score
as I will flavour the outcome in 3 hours time. With 3 hours to kill and nowhere
to go I decide to potentially walk my way back to Calangute, or see how far I
get, to try find some baggies to replace my lost ones. A bit down the road an
elderly gentleman on a scooter pulls over and offers me a ride which I
... menu. Serves him right, it was covered in little slices of green chillies & he says its the hottest thing he has had since we got here. We walked all the way back again & I've got very sore feet. Bought some new Indian flip flops last night but should have taken the plastic covering off the toe posts before wearing ...
... that night also wasn't much to call home about so with the aggro of changing all my passwords, calling phone company's, insurance, speaking with police and all the dogs we was considering moving on with out really giving Arambol a chance. We decide the next day to move into one of the beach huts and are we glad we did! A basic beach hut but quite roomy and clean with a out door seating ...
We got back from the backwaters at Kerala and had dinner before making our way to the train. We discovered a flashy hotel "The Brunton Boathouse" across from where we were staying called that had a spectacular restaurant called The Armoury, and ate Kerala fish, amazing dish grilled fish covered in spices from the region. We took our tuk tuk to the station, whuch was far less confusing than Bangalore station, and were prepared this time with ticket in hand. We ...
... a night. If you truly want to get away from it all, this could be the place for you. But be warned, it's a 5 kilometre round trip to go and get the bread for your morning toast!
There's always the Blue Whale if you want to save your energy!
Zoom in on the map and turn it to a satellite picture to see exactly where this beach shack and the houses are....