Its pretty busy, and the tour takes about 2 hours.
the Fort, a beautiful almost deserted beach where we had a lovely swim, and to see the beautiful wild horses of Delft island.Up4amisson recommends: Sahaj Anand light, water and sound show at Swaminarayan Akshardham Early morning sightseeing, after 10am, we were all too hot to be walking around a Fort.We cannot do this.Hes such a charmer That evening we got a car out to Chokhi Dhani, which wed read about in casino salle de jeux 22 the Lonely Planet, its a mock Rajasthani village south of Jaipur and sounded like it would be good for the kids.Jun-Aug, sep-Nov, dec-Feb, language, all languages, english (548).You get to meet wonderful people, eat amazing food.
So we lost a small deposit, lesson to Georgie, there really is no need to pre book campsites out of season.
We were welcomed by a very enthusiastic owner, who couldnt do enough to help.
The next morning we were due to check out of our luxury Air BnB.
Wonderful Wiesbaden We were so lucky to have found this housesit, not just because it was an amazing apartment, and it was free, but also because we had a gorgeous dog as our temporary pet, and we got to know a lovely city that.
Then two guys on motorbikes, followed by one guy on a pushbike, rode the wall of death together, while performing acrobatics, sometimes blind, it was mental!
On the way back we stopped for a photo of the fort and we saw a snake charmer, so Jess had to have a closer look.
We stop for lunch at the famous Mango Tree, which has changed location in the last 10 years to the bazaar, so they no longer have the big space and amazing view I remembered it for.Our first barge cruising experience was a 5 night / 6 day cruise on board the barge Mirage down the Canal du Midi with Pascal and Mimi.After lunch we visit our last temple, Virupaksha, a beautiful temple where Lakshmi the elephant resides, and gives out blessings if you slip her a few Rupees.We visited the Tsunami photo museum in Telwatta.So we had a few hours to have dinner and catch a puppet and dance show before leaving for our train to Jaipur.So I ask once again Mr Deans.Everyone was really welcoming and friendly with the boys and included them in everything.Jess takes the mountain bike, I take the city bike, lovely to ride until I get to a hill.We spent some time deliberating over where to go next and where to spend Christmas, we wanted more beach, but didnt want to return to Mirissa, as wed done that, so we opted for Weligama.The apartment is really nice, the views from the balcony are amazing.We found a pretty cheap Air BnB about an hours drive away in Castro Urdiales, so for the first time, and because they were bored and starving, we put the iPad on for the boys in the car.It was out of season, so there were no lights on the path, and far fewer people than there would be a month or so later, when apparently it can get so busy that there is a queue to reach the top.
We went on the cable car which was very good and not too busy, nor too expensive.
A great meal, as with other great ambitions in life, must have balance.
The boys slept okay, we didnt sleep at all.