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Today was our first day out in the city on our own and our first day observing at Hindu Pharmacy. We began our day by traveling 10 minutes by foot to the pharmacy. Thank goodness we practiced the route the day before. We would have been lost. When we arrived, it seemed as though the work flow stopped and all eyes were on us. We were motioned by one of the pharmacists to come behind the counter and then to ...
... here. But then, I’d be inviting more than my fair share of warranted stares, with me being fair, blond, AND dress wearing. I’ll take pant and kurt a wearing any day. But my legs! and my arms! Oh, how they wanted to get out and feel the sun. They were withering away in the fabric that held them every day. I look down at my white skin and realize I’m as white as I was in San Francisco. Even in this summer heat. In my mind, the summer is supposed to belong ...
... He said I'm sorry but cannot take you its too dangerous!
As silly as it may sound I was disappointed, as he was my only shot and my intuition was telling me its gonna be fine despite what the situation was, I just needed someone to get me there. I'd feel it if it wasn't going to go well, yes maybe I trust the universe too much sometimes but it has never let me down!
Back to the corner like a helpless child waiting to be picked up... Looking at ...
... to Baina beach, what a pretty beach. This part of the town used to be the so called Red light district of Goa. It has been taken down in 2004 and a few new buildings have now been built, this to get the tourism going. While we were leaving the beach a man came up to ask if we were interested in a trip to a nearby island by boat, after enquiring about the price Uncle Maurice informed him that it was too expensive but did he know about any snorkelling or ...
... parties are now banned and replaced by ‘silent discos’.
Now it is a very chilled out place and quite family friendly. With quirky
colourful cafes, boat trips, an impressive island headland and beautiful
sunsets. The kids are loving the sea and the sand and the fact that we can sit
on cushions and mats on the floor at many restaurants or even on the beach.
Neither India, Benaulim or Palolem are new to either of us,
but traveling ...