separated from the sea by a windbreak
of stretching palms. There are a mere 52 cottages,
so the sense of space here is much more dramatic. The
cottages are separated by generous stretches of open parkland,
dotted with fruit-laden trees. The winding village pathways
are a faithful echo of the originals.
walls curve around corners, their rust-coloured
stones smothered with trumpet flowers. Completing
the picture are rippling lotus ponds, usually with
a family of ducklings getting a swimming lesson
out in the middle.
The Marari Breach is not the place for a raucous
beach holiday. There are no rave parties here, no
noisy water scooters, no sellers of trinkets. But
for those seeking to undo the stresses of city life
and experience a completely new pace, it is the