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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.

    William and Kate

  • 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.

    Wicked Good Travel Tips: A Lover's Guide to Dominican Republic Resorts

  • Their painting showed two tall thatch-roofed mud huts and a bird gently swooping down to hit them.

    Indian graphic artists draw outside the box for nonfiction 'Bhimayana'

  • Along with two brothers and a sister, he lived in a thatch-roofed home and learned to track tapirs and catch monster catfish.

    'Gringo chief' Randy Borman helps Ecuador's Cofan Indians survive, thrive

  • 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.

    A Book of Miracles

  • 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.

    Everybody's Happy At Morelos's Las Huertas Adventure Paradise

  • He rounded the final corner of the lane and approached his house—a single-story, thatch-roofed home with picket fence.

    The God Hater

  • On our right, a thatch-roofed restaurant, a few cabins.

    Kook

  • 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.

    Kook

  • Rough coastal hills, big spreading ceiba trees at the edges of pastures, small villages of thatch-roofed shacks.

    Kook

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