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Another day at the beach & we went back to Doms where we had been a couple of days ago. V friendly with not a bad toilet & a reasonable menu & they do come out & see if you want a drink. Lunch was fish curry & rice & I h chicken hakka noodles. Most places strangely enough have Chinese dishes on the menu. I just fancied something light. Had our ...
... upstairs on demand. The city itself felt cosy with its narrow streets lined with colourful, but somewhat decaying colonial buildings. It was easy to wander picking up books, Indian sweets, overly creamy and sugery tea and insanely cheap chickpea curry and buns that we didn't actually want, but we were glad we got. We had a cheap dinner in a local vegetarian diner and got some very good news regarding Normy...
Panaji- Saturday 15th June
We rented a scooter in the ...
... home). He said he'd go and get his car so we didn't have to walk with our bags and wouldn't charge us for the lift, all in the hope we'd say yes to the room. In the meantime we were given stools and sat chatting with one of his employees from the shop. He returned soon in his mini-van and off we went. He was a great guy, really funny and friendly and not pushy at all. You could tell he was a local legend with his shaved head and a dyed purple goatee ...
Sadly today we leave the Blue Lagoon behind. What a place! People pay a lot of money to stay in 5 star resorts that are not as good as this. After paying for accommodation and food and drink for 5 days the bill was less than $65 a day! After a sensory filled 2 hour journey through jungle villages and towns we arrive at Anjuna Beach. A place where young and old hippies come to hang at ...
... my hero!
We spent most days on a sun lounger alternating between catching some sun and dipping ourselves in the invigoratingly rough Arabian Sea – bliss!
A couple of nights we ate at a local place called Guru’s, it had live music most nights including the most entertaining we saw Monday’s open stage night starring Ping Pong! Ping Pong is I think either Dutch or German and he hosted the night and kicked things off with some poetry read to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed