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“The lodge was made up of six thatch-roofed cottages called bandas, and Will and Kate had one with a fireplace, a net-covered king-size what else? bed, and a veranda with a heart-stopping view of Mount Kenya all to themselves.”
“This resort is all about dramatic views, stunning pools, jacuzzi islands, sun beds on the beach, thatch-roofed palapas, underwater loungers, and swim up bars.”
“Their painting showed two tall thatch-roofed mud huts and a bird gently swooping down to hit them.”
“Along with two brothers and a sister, he lived in a thatch-roofed home and learned to track tapirs and catch monster catfish.”
“I was happy to attend the wedding and tour the village, surrounded by the legendary and dramatic Scottish highlands, full of thatch-roofed cottages, emerald green pastures, deep forests, rocky cliffs and outcroppings, abundant wildlife, and arched stone bridges over icy cold, babbling brooks.”
“The rectangular pool is surrounded by thatch-roofed palapas for those who wish to sip their ice-cold drinks and read while the kids have their fun in the sun.”
“He rounded the final corner of the lane and approached his house—a single-story, thatch-roofed home with picket fence.”
“On our right, a thatch-roofed restaurant, a few cabins.”
“Leon and I spent three days at Río Nexpa, where there was no phone or running freshwater, just a point break and a beach break going off all at once and a long, cupped strand with a few dozen thatch-roofed cabins built for surfers, each with a balcony and a hammock.”
“Rough coastal hills, big spreading ceiba trees at the edges of pastures, small villages of thatch-roofed shacks.”
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