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... Last lunch on the beach today at Doms. Calamari rings in garlic butter & prawn curry with aloo mutter ( potato & peas) . Finally talked to the young guy hawking wooden things along the beach including a "magic box" which you cant work out how to open, made of walnut & very attractively carved. Gave in & bought one. Planning to get back to pool earlier today as I may have another ...
... the effects of jet lag, taking it easy today. I took a taxi from the hotel to Yogabones new digs - new since I was here last. Roof-top Shala with bamboo mats for a softer floor. Rolf greeted me and gave me instruction for first day of practice - primary series only. Nestled close to other students, I approached my practice quietly and slowly. Trying to pay attention to my own practice with minimal distraction to the directness of speech ...
... the best I could do? Probably not, but I didn't want to push my luck too far. I didn't want the officer to say: "ok, if you're such a smarty pants I will give you a proper ticket and it will cost you 5000 rupees". So when my wallet was a lot lighter and my mood equally "heavier" I continued my journey back to my guest house cursing the moment when I had decided to join the main road. First thing I did after coming back to Candolim was breaking a promise given to "Officer ...
... out, it was one of the most beautiful sites I'd ever seen. It was like a hidden community. Smaller than Agonda, it had this intimacy about itself that almost felt like a huge privilege to be able to view. The Lagoon was every bit as beautiful as mentioned. Of course I went for a swim and this time I didn't look like a disabled Sea Lion but a rather elegant one actually. Leaving markers in the form of dumped Kingfisher beer bottles ...
Today I cycled to
Panaji from Vagator. I set off at 7am to take advantage of the cooler
temperature. Over all it was a good practice run. I was able to check
my sat nav was working okay. It was a round trip of about 30 miles.
Spent the rest of the afternoon in Paulos Bar Chapora.