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... the furthest away that's where our carriage would stop, but with all the luck we have it was back up the other end! - typical. Indian people are lovely, I was messing with Scott's bag and had my little rucksack on the floor, I could see if I hadn't forgotten it and an old man came up to me and was saying 'lady lady don't forget your bag, bag!' Aww bless! Last time we got on the train our carriage number was confirmed but our berth wasn't. So we just sat ...
... down swampy backwaters and you just glide along all day watching the beautiful nature unfold all around you, with your private chef, your music playing and a comfy bed to sleep in at the end of the night, sounds right up our street! Bec and Kylie are leaving Goa in a few days and therefore we decided to split the high cost of the boat hire between us, so we’re heading off on the 19th Nov to take the 18 hour train to Kerela (local class this ...
... so we had daily walks along the beach and took in the chilled atmosphere , there was one main row of shops and stalls, selling flip flops , and jewellery. I'm sure when they see two westerners they automatically think we need drums, puppets & scarfs etc. We stayed for three nights in Palolem , on the last day we decided to take a boat ride, which took us round for 40 minutes along the river near the beach , this was so tranquil. India truly is a beautiful place . Much Love Han ...
... at the furthest point of the mainland. While the other three waited on a rocky wall I set off to find my way across the channel to the island. Sandy wading gave way to precarious hopping across slick rocks. A fast current had carved a deep groove between me and the island and as I didn't think the others would want to swim I gave up on my dream. I returned to sit and watch the sun gradually set.
During this time a couple of other tourists attempted ...
... name? Which country you from? Can I have your photo?' so many of these tourist sites we go to we end up being as much of a spectacle as the site itself! So we spent an hour walking up this mountain past stall after stall selling kitschy gifts and offerings. We bought a bag of offerings which included incense, flowers, tinsel and a coconut, walked to the top temple, rang a bell, had our stuff blessed by a man, got a red bindi on our foreheads, saw a magnificent view and returned down ...