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... of the afternoon and the evening was a mixture of mastering 3b policy, having a meal in one of local restaurants and chilling out watching a movie on my laptop at the end. All in all - a perfect day, wouldn't you say? When I think about it now, if you throw to that mix also taking photos of the area and planning next steps of my journey, it will give you a nice picture of what was the rest of my stay in Goa like.
Goa was the best place I visited since I had been to Kho Thao in Thailand! ...
... we learnt lessons in the hotel booking game that some prices really are too good to be true....
India is not however without its shocks and its more unwelcoming side. As with any country, there are aspects which aren’t mentioned in the guides and that people leave out of their travel stories. As expected of any country which has high levels of poverty, we expected this to be our main shock. Instead however, it’s fair to say it was more a shock ...
Today Chris woke up and pottered off to the toilet, realising that he was 33 today, yet another year older and not much wiser!
When he came out Annabelle had Stevie Wonder playing 'Happy Birthday' and he realised that he had a number of birthday cards laid out all over the bed. When Claire had come over she had brought cards from Kimmy, Chloe and Olivia which was such a nice surprise!
... man flu aka the common cold.
To keep close to the guesthouse we decided to have dinner in the restaurant which was literally right outside our front door, even Annabelle managed the distance.
The girls all opted for the seafood and really enjoyed it, whilst Annabelle was a bit more careful what she ate and had chicken tikka and mashed potato.
Another lovely day had by all! ...
... walking around. But then, they came up to us yelling “police! We search you for drugs! You have drugs!” and so on. But, these people were not in uniform; one had a somewhat professional looking jacket on that had an emblem on it that I could not read as it was completely dark outside. So we kept yelling back, “Show us I.D. We need to see identification! You are not searching us without identification!” ...
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