Lucia Beach Guest House
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Candolim, Goa Day 15
It's a prepared morning as we have everything we need for breakfast and before our touristy day we have planned visiting the spice plantations and Old Goa. Before we hop on the bus, we pop into Donna’s coffee shop for the most delicious coffee. Two buses ,a tuk tuk and an hour and half later we arrive at the Spice plantation just outside Ponda. We are welcomed with a Red paste (turmeric ...
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... drinks then got a taxi part way out of town again to where we had spotted some reasonable looking restaurants on the way in. Not a bad meal but we now feel we are quite lucky being where we are at the quiet end of Candolim so not planning to visit down the road again. But we might get a taxi or tuk tuk to the top end of Candolim. Have just watched the highlights of the chelsea Tottenham game, never mind Colin ...
... to see what Santa had left behind the hut door. Luckily the girls are young enough not to realise that we had only spent about £15 altogether on presents this year, but they were happy with the presents they got. I guess the actual present we are giving them is a years worth of family time, and over Christmas we have managed just to hang out, be together and not really doing anything, finally letting go of the habitual “ So, what shall we do today?” way of thinking.
... holiday with ever- and they both survived, seemingly mentally intact! Off on my own now, by taxi (kindly arranged by Sorab) off to Thivim train station, I arrived in plenty of time, to find the train was expected to be an hour late! Luckily my previous 4 weeks training had paid off, especially as it was a tiny platform, the only issue was that most trains go to platform one: both ways, so trying to work out which way the carriages were numbered, ...