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... this in India can be hard going! Our first day in Hampi ended as it began with a meal by the paddy fields. It was also to be our last night all together, (that was not on an overnight train), before the tour ended so we made the most of it with a few drinks. That did not stop us getting up early to go and see the ruins though! We crossed the river and met our tuk tuks who zipped us through the ruins for most of the day. The ruins were seriously phenomenal. Don't get me ...
... Here are 5 things we feel we've learnt about tanning during the summer months in India: 1. If you think you could roast a joint of meat on the heat given off from the sand, give it a miss, don't happily plonk yourself down. 2. Don't get cocky with factors, if you're a moonlight-bouncer like us, it's 50, my friend. 3. You're probably the only one on the beach in the mid-day heat for a reason. Think about it. 4. Fashioning a turban out of old clothing for the noggin is no substitute ...
... stop was the beach area called Candolim. First impressions were not the greatest. Our old friends the Russians had decided that Candolim would be their home away from home. There were literally hundreds of Russians! It was also a place where Liam joked that you come to retire. When we went out for breakfast we must have halfed the average age of people in the restaurant. Aside from these thing we decided we would stay for 3 nights and then move south, we had a cooking course booked ...
... hippy Indian Mecca when you see houses lining the road advertising meditation and yoga schools and men wearing sarongs with wilder and longer hair than you. As a trainee lawyer, 'hippy' would not be the first thing that sprug to mind on meeting me, but I really enjoyed the calming, laissez faire vibe of the place.
Parking up on the side of a lazy inroad, where the majority of the traffic ...
... and not being able to stop. It was probably no more than 20 sec, but it scared the **** out of me and made me very nervous to get back on the bike.
Long story short, of course we each got a Scooter. We rented them for less than $4 a day!!! On our first day riding them, the group of people we were hanging out with didn’t want to go to a beach 10 minutes down the road, no, they wanted to go to the beach 45 minutes away. So it ...