Casa Ligorio Holiday Place
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... happened to be in the same
place. Poor girl – away with her friends only to find her ex there.
Coconut leave shacks lined the beach,
hidden behind tall palms. I couldn’t truly relax and enjoy this quiet corner of
paradise given concerns over work but a couple of beers and a romantic stroll
along the beach with a pretty Indian girl made for a nice evening. The stars
were fantastic but my staying up stamina (eh?) wasn’t great so I was the ...
Leaving Benaulim, I hopped on to a local bus towards the nearest town, Margao, which cost me the grand sum of 10 rupees (just over 10 pence) for the half hour or so journey. Getting off I had to immediately dodge the oncoming cars, buses, motorbikes and cows which seemed to just go round and round the park in the centre of town which actually worked more effectively as a large roundabout than a tranquil green space.
Asking just ...
... were dressed to the extreme watching naked buttocks wobble by, it was really odd. We relaxed well perved for a while is disbelief, perhaps the coach did crash? The other entertainment on the beach included the Indian men. Men in India are very affectionate with eachother and often hold hands. On the beach its brilliant fun to watch them in their Speedos sitting in the surf caressing eachother, giggling away as they all stroke or massage eachother in some way, the boys in India, their ...
... gym right now and we like it a lot. The beautiful thing about taking out a kayak is that you get followed by sardines who in turn get followed by dolphins. There is something intrinsically beautiful about seeing dolphins breaking the surface so close to your kayak. AMAZING…
We try to get into the sea at least once a day. Swimming parallel with the beach has an added bonus. As soon as we get close to a shoal of sardines ...
... me feel like “me.” I’ve always known that I’m a sucker for fashion. I love colors and patterns and beautiful fabrics. I’m a designer by natural inclination, which makes me a little more visually attached to my things, my surroundings and my environment. To let go of this has been hard and not something I’ve achieved. In my dreams and fantasies, I’m in a tank top and skirt, letting my skin feel the breeze and my white skin turn a summer golden and I am free.