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... and also the colonial homes- now very sort after and expensive! The Portuguese arrived in the 16th Century due to the good ports on important trade routes. On arriving at Maggie's hotel, a brightly coloured place near the beach we did some shopping, having been unable to buy shorts in UK in either December or Feb/March - in the coldest spring in many years! And having worn our 2 pairs of shorts I am ...
The alarm went off at 7am and Chris went to give Claire a knock to wake her up. She was already pottering around, getting the last of her things together. We walked around to Alexandra's at 7.45am for breakfast but it was still closed, so a yoghurt had to do instead.
Claire’s taxi arrived early, our ...
... wanted to know how everything was especially with Kimmy. Kimmy had thought Saji had gone to Russia for the season but we learnt he only goes there in the off-season and actually just leaves his staff there during the months of November and March. He had been trying to contact Kimmy for a few months to see if she was coming to Goa but as she is text message and email illiterate he had had no luck, so Annabelle set about having a Cilla ...
... that came to interrupt my reading was I'm sure a lovely man, called Frances. He was a Catholic man who just loved to share his stories from the bible. And delighted in telling me that God loved me, despite my polite reassurances that I was an atheist. What felt like a lifetime later and I was granted a reprieve, as we had to change trains. And alas I didn;t get to hear the end of Frances gospel readings.
For our time in Goa we were heading to ...
... weather in the UK. It was the first rain we had seen since we left the UK (first clouds too) and it completely covered the runway. The airport was running as normal (you get the feeling Heathrow and Gatwick wouldn't be quite as efficient). For those of you that missed the tabloids’ fury, Doha is where the football world cup is being held in 2022. It will certainly be interesting holding a world cup there! Though they will certainly have the money and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed