D'souza's Holiday Homes
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... was very cloudy & by afternoon very windy. Found out it had rained last night, not that you could tell. Didn't make it any cooler though but nice that we didn't need the umbrella up all the time. On the way back off the beach saw one of the many cows & bullocks that normally just roam up &down the main road but they were drinking from a bucket at the beach shack nearest our path out. Also tried for ...
... Russian men as well have been known to cause problems with excessive drinking and refusal to pay bar bills. The Goans, Sunil told us, now have an arranged vigilante squad which deals with this and again he said it happens quite often. The Goans call them Kuski's, which means Dirty in the local lingo.
Did the Brits fare any better I wondered. Sunil said that sometimes there would be fights between British ...
... colour doesn't come out (she did promised me!) Wandering down to the sea, bypassing a snake charmer! We were at the Ocean again, one look and I had to jump in, even though we only had a few minutes, amazing waves, a very strong currently, which luckily took you along the beach not out to sea, but a big fight to get back to where I started (excellent work out,but not very elegant!), a very quick beer ...
... train. We were booked on the communal 3 tier sleeper carriages which was a real experience. Our carriage contained a group of 70 from a wedding who were on their way from the bride celebrations in Amristar to the groom celebration in Delhi.
Getting in to the berths was a bit of a challenge and there was little room for a big western woman to move around (no comments please!). I was on the top bunk which required ...
... of us. The dolphins often swam side by side and it was great to see this although we didn’t catch any acrobatics or superb photographic moments much to Marios’ dismay. I also managed to do some yoga on Palolem beach which worked out much better than my first attempt J The stay at Agonda beach was just amazing, waking up every morning to a seemingly private beach and having delicious meals served in front of the sea by the most mild mannered and polite waiters ...