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... busses and then hopping
across the Pacific. I know have an invite to go diving in Sweden should I ever
end up there.
Sleep was a little unsettled as I kept on
worrying about oversleeping and missing my cab at 5.30am (given the previous
Monday’s performance). On the way to the airport I looked at the text message
on my phone that had arrived during the night: “your flight is delayed by 6
On arrival ...
... The Mahabaleshwara Temple was built 1500 years ago. Set among dark red rocks and earth, there are also several breathtaking beaches which still have the odd old-school hippie hanging around (the kind that looked like they rocked down to India in the 70's and never wanted to go back.
We were hoping this environment would make us chill out a bit on the drink front but essentially just meant we ended up drinking the same and ...
... creepy and in love with himself. The next day We were of course up late and after breakfast we had the dilemma of we were still high on the waiting list for the train to Kochi. Kochi is very popular for new years and I did not want a repeat of what happened with the coach to Goa plus we were meeting my dad there so had to get there for new years. We went to a tour agency and they could get us on the tourist quota, yes they have special seats reserved for tourists but we don't often ...
... the inate ability Indians have to always answer a question, regardless of whether they know the answer or not. Turns out not all that helpful when your trying to find out where something is. But I remember from uni that you always check your sources. It's a shame that after 5 people I had 5 different answers ranging from 5 to 30 km in both ways down the road I was next to. When I asked a minibus driver the bus full of young indians became strangers No. 1 when they ...
... Goa there won't be the variety and I'll have plenty of time to explore Indian culinary delights. My favourite mistranslation so far has been 'beef stronger off'. No matter how hard they try even the most professional menus have mistakes, they struggle with 'banoffee' in particular. Dessert options are usually limited to this, fruit and ice cream, however the mysterious 'hello to the king' or 'queen' is often also an option - I think it's a combination of biscuits, banana, ice ...