Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions
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- Swimming pool
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... conditioning! Finally I can sleep at a comfortable temperature, I thought. I planned to switch off the air-conditioning after the room cooled before going to bed, but I fell asleep, and when I woke up in the middle of the night because it was too cold and ...
... restaurants and tour shops. There are few tourists however so one gets bombarded with “you looking for somewhere to stay?” “you want something to eat?” “you want tuk tuk?” “you want massage?”. It’s not too bad though as when you say no they leave you alone. Most of the backpackers are Chinese (well it seems that way) and most have ...
... not to be confused with the bland western chain of a similar name. That's what the guidebook told us and as I don’t find Burger King bland at all I thought we were in for a treat on a night when we were avoiding rice dishes. (Rice bellies are more prominent than beer bellies we have found lately). Anyway, I can now officially advise you to stay away from Burgers King. It may have been filled with local kids getting their western ...
... going. But as i walked out I realised how fantastic it all is. I seem to be staying in the spice market district, and all the shops had just received morning deliveries. The pavements were actually stained with turmeric and the smell was intense! As I walked further the smells would change, each one so pure but strong - dried shrimp, incense, a barrel of chilis! In the afternoon, all the smells had become one, a sickening mix of fish, smoke and I don't even know what else! ...
... mins and yes, 5p train rides into town and back), and the aforementioned in previous chapter private eye hospital. I'd like to thank right now those people who expressed concern for me and my eye. It was/is much appreciated.
I ended up at the eye hospital last night after a day of worrying about what might happen. The GP I'd seen on Sunday (who refused to take payment) said I would need an operation, a nick in the eye for a bit of blood and pus letting. Thankfully ...