26 November 2014
Friday, 02 December 2011 15:17
The South-East, like the South-West, consists of a lot of villages and beautiful spots that provide tourists or visitors scope for endless fun and frolic. The villages, to begin with, though timid and shy at times because of the grey and ever angry sea that looks at them, it is their strength as well as their weakness in that at times tourist or visitors feel discouraged and despondent to explore them.
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