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... hub and conveniently opposite our apartment complex. Delicious lunch and dinner and very reasonably priced Indian food. Breakfast not that inspiring. Free Wifi and very friendly service, a lovely leafy court yard for the children to run around in and play catch and even a convenient naughty step just in case!
Blue Corner: Beach shack (to the right of the beach approach taxi stand). Nice food, friendly service, free wi-fi and the best massage in Benaulim! Plenty ...
... top of it...presumably sunbathing (ouch) - I think they are going to regret that later on. There are birds circling overhead.
It's noon so we stay on for some lunch before ambling back to the hotel for a shower and siesta. We open up the window and door to our room to give it plenty of chance to air whilst we are around. In the meantime there is a good paperback library to get stuck into (although Ian is probably half way through it already). I find a huge paperback of ...
5 Dec 2013 to 15 Jan 2014
It was quite a surreal experience arriving back in Benaulim so early in the morning. Everything was closed and the streets were deserted. I had booked to stay at Gina's apartments so I just dropped my bags and wandered through the village. The German Bakery was in the process of opening up so I ordered breakfast and sat and watched as the village came to life. Recognised some familiar faces of locals and holiday makers and it felt ...
... dip our feet (none of them can remember being in the sea before), and they loved it. Especially Hannah, who just ran squealing with delight into the water (and of course screaming with anger when we eventually had to take her out). It was an absolutely perfect day; just like I had imagined.
One of the aims of the journey is also to have time with the kids and as a family without all the usual distractions. Yesterday, while Shaff and Hannah had ...
... before taking a bit more of a drive. We ended up in Colva, the next town along the coast. There was some Jesus loving festival going on and hundreds of people walking about. There was a long road with markets both sides so we parked up and walked the length of them. Everyone was selling the same stuff, it seemed to go, clothes, sweets, nuts, drinks, bamboo drink thing*, kids toys, kitchen utensils.. And that was it. There was about 100 stalls but just all selling this same gear. ...