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... nice, he's heading to Singapore, Aus and NZ next and has been to south America so we exchanged notes, recommendations! The drive back was a little hairy after we saw two guys come off their bike, we stopped to help as the guy had slashed his arm to the bone and was spitting blood everywhere. We patched him up as best we could and headed off again very cautiously! Further into the trip we also saw the aftermath of a car crash, needless ...
... prawns, roast beef and potatoes, spinach and ricotta pancakes to fish byriani. The food was very tasty and everyone was back for seconds. Some of us were a little over ambitious on our second helpings... But since the food was oh so tasty we couldn't bring ourselves to leave any, so safe to say we were positively stuffed! After a short food break it was soon time for dessert, the zesty lemon drizzle birthday cake. Candles were ...
... of horns and Hindi music, fantastic. After 2 minutes in the car we screech to a halt and the driver looks around before proudly declaring that he must now put on his taxi driver uniform. He pulls out a short sleeved white shirt, puts it on over his existing shirt, and the transformation is complete. He then pulls out in to the flow of traffic without looking, honks his horn a few times for good measure and the tour continues. After a few minutes we ...
... rocks so watch out! On the way down Tez slipped, fell down and got some really bad bloody scratches. It was late enough so we started to head back home.
Day 3: January 30, 2014
Since we didnīt want to waste time with looking for a place where to have our first meal of the day we asked for a room service and had breakfast in our bed. It was the first time we had done something like this since we started our trip!
We took the same motorbike and ...
... for a while so we started getting the kids to spell words on the blackboard. We had a lot of fun trying to think of colours and fruits that hadn't already been spelt that they would understand. In the afternoon we visited the local shopping centre at Mapusa. The shopping centre was the biggest in the district, and was still smaller than a corner store in Australia. We got lots of lollies and biscuits, as well as icing sugar and food dye. We went home and ...