Vanna Hill Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in town sometimes eating double the amount we would in a Calgary restaurant. After all, why not? With prices so cheap, it was a treat to be able to spend and try out dishes we wouldn't normally try. We finished off he day with strolling around town. When the sunlight diminished, this is when the town truly came alive. The streets have thousands of different colour fabric lanterns hanging from the trees that kept the sky hidden. Buildings around the busy areas used the same lanterns ...
... of the table and felt sure I had devoured all I could.
After finishing and paying up I went back outside to meet the tuk-tuk driver who'd brought me. I'd arranged for him to take me back to the guesthouse too in order to pay a lower fare. After about ten minutes another guy turned up and said he was here to pick me up, saying that he was the brother of the first guy who was now busy and had sent him instead. I jumped in and we left.
The tuk-tuk was probably ...
... br> down and told them my name which they carefully repeated until they got it
right. I asked them what their names
were and amid much giggling, elbowing and cutting each other off, I managed to
repeat them all. Then one brave little
girl reached up to quickly touch my ear spike!
She just as quickly retreated, giggling the whole time, and I touched
her pretty earrings, saying “same”. And
just like ...
... sun set. A really perfect day. I was up early the next day and I hadn't slept much as it was time for my first dive! There had been a massive spider in our room that night and Catherine couldn't sleep either so we both got up early for breakfast. We tried to order our food but the man at the hotel didn't speak much English. He write down some numbers on a piece of paper and kept pointing at them. We tried again to order but he carried on pointing at the numbers. We got annoyed, ...
... existent, and beef isn't often on the menu. It's mainly pork and chicken. Which i again find odd, given the strong Muslim communities and the fact nobody seems to farm pigs.... Anyway, the morning routines showed mothers washing and feeding the children and fathers prepping the boats. Quite lovely really. I feel quite comforted that they seem to adhere to this breast feeding, baby wearing, co-sleeping, attachment type of parenting that I've inadvertently been led into ...