Lucia Beach Guest House
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... It is just not the Goa I had dreamt of. I had heard from friends that North Goa can be a bit hit and miss, so I would do lots of research before you book anywhere. This two week journey across south India has given me a great flavour of the south and is definitely worth doing. The south contains some really special places, brilliant food, balmy weather, ruins, lush landscapes and paddy fields. I had an emotional goodbye to the group as I left them to get my taxi. I really ...
... 10 rupees (about 15 cents). On the way back, several 'young entrepreneurs’ had set up even more roadblocks to extract money from the drivers. On Thursday I walked down the beach to Arambol. Arambol is supposedly the center of hippydom, full of hippies and more markets. The walk along the beach was an opportunity for people watching as yogees practiced their headstands and other moves (John adds – good sling shot targets for Shannon), fisherman went through nets ...
... up sort of pin balling off a parked tuk tuk. The guy was okay, but he hurt his knee when he flew off the bike and really damaged his bike and the bus!! I was surprised he wasn't hurt more. The driver of the bus just stayed in the bus. Lucky the tourist who got hit had his friend there to help him out and sort out matters. Of course by this stage (as is quite common here) everyone is watching and people have stopped everywhere to see what's going on. Maybe the guy will wear a helmet next ...
... the sound of the waves.
Overall Palolem Experience (scale 1 to 10): 9
Good weather, relaxing atmosphere, not too much harassment. Overall, our favorite stop in India.
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... to the scene, whilst white tourists saw the gathering and took pictures. The road was gridlocked and nobody even let through the ambulance, which stopped for about 10 seconds, through the guy in the back and drove on. Within 10 minutes the street was back to normal as if nothing had happened. We're starting to think road accidents are very common here and we have just been very lucky not to witness any.