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... making bookings to put our plan into action. The next day was marred by stomach cramps and a need to stay near the room, but we were able to go and see the Goa state museum - a once grand, now almost derelict building next to the sewage treatment plant. Inside there was a number of different rooms each housing the artefacts out in the open, ranging from the history of the printing press which the Spanish brought over in the 1500s (with British made machinery ...
... morning and yesterday I walked down there and saw 5-6 cows sleeping in the sand and roaming about. So bizarre! As I was walking back the stray dogs were chasing them off the beach. I went down to watch the sunset later that night and saw the cows had come back and was able to take some pictures.
Indian sunsets are a strange thing. The sky has never been a bright blue, it looks overcast but there are ...
... of a spiced veg and potato inside a lentil flour pancake, which came with a pot of coconut relish and a spicy veg curry. After brunch we chilled out of the sun in an Internet cafe, planning our next moves. After that we went to gopi rooftop restaurant which had a really good menu. I got a coffee and coconut lassi which wasn't actually very good and Georgia got a cashew banana lassi trying to replicate the special ...
... thought that we had seen
it all!) feeling weary and tired and needing somewhere to stay, but before we
could focus on where to put our heads we needed to pay some attention to our
belly’s requirements as we were both starving after that long tedious train
ride. As luck would have it we saw a place, sat down and they were playing Kaya
project (who we love) and they had tasty food too, result, oh and beer was only
70p for a pint, even better! When ...
... and Sara was welcomed by a frog which jumped out of the toilet bowl to say hello. We only spent a night there before having to catch another night train down to the province of Kerala. Prior to our night train we easily wasted the afternoon in a German bakery drinking espressos and eating croissants while discussing India with the locals. It was election time in Goa and we learnt that the sale ...