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... and bumps in the road. It was great fun but not for my passengers I think when they realised I could not even drive a car! We saw literally tonnes of ruins (sorry bad joke) including; the Virupaksha temple complete with an elephant that blessed your head which I found a bit mean for the elephant, the Vittala temple with the famous stone chariot, the Sule Bazaar where hundreds of years ago goods were traded, the Royal Centre which contains the Lotus Mahal, the elephant ...
... Although this seems to be more so the case as we continue to move south: probably the result of this region being one with a more of a tourist inclination, perhaps.
We met our driver at the boundary of the property which was perched on the banks of the Sal River (deep into the peninsula with the land corridor only about 200 metres wide: a small barrier between the open ocean and the calmer river environs).
On the way back, I noted that this spot, had ...
... to motorbike around the region to see what it had on offer. We stayed in a beautiful, lovely guesthouse with beach front views. It was truly relaxing and we just did nothing much which was just what we wanted. We had a cooking course booked for the next day as Goan food is known for its seafood and fiery dishes - a big change from Northern Indian food. We took an exorbitant taxi to get to the cooking course and paid a lot for the course but we learnt a lot. Unfortunately this course ...
... then prepared myself for pain haha. I had to sort of sit sideways on the chair which was like a dentist chair with my foot on his lap, this felt ok actually as I could then twist and hug the back of the chair really tightly!! At first when he began my foot wouldn't stop shaking 'no no no no no, you can't do that' said the tattoo guy, 'I know' I said, 'I can't help ...
It took us longer than expected to reach Goa. Our flight was orginally at 12pm but then delayed to 3pm.
Megan hadn't been feeling very well since taking her anti malarias and just before traveling she had a panic attack and wasnt allowed to fly on the JetStar Airways because some doctor signed a peice of paper! At first we were told ...