Veeniola Holiday Home
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... a pace and I don't want to miss out on anything. Had a delirious night last night covered by blankets as I felt feverish. It reminded me of the time in Machu Piccu where my diarrhea was at its worst. I remember running to a toilet near the park entrance to find a perfectly formed **** un- flushed in the bowl. Rather than look at it with disgust, instead I looked at it with envy, looking forward to the day I could replicate it rather than the watery mulligatawny I was producing ...
... make you wonder a little. We stayed in rather too long and got a bit chilled, which was not good sir Mike who now started feeling cold and feverish. We went back to the bungalow to get ready for a cocktail party, where there were no cocktails, hosted by Sunnil and Shalini. Mike really shouldn't have gone and after a few minutes he began to feel really out of it. Soldiering on for about an hour, I then took him back and got him set up in bed with water, blankets ...
... on and words of Dylan Thomas. After dinner we are treated to excellent Fado singing as of course this was a Portuguese colony, and finally kind words were said about Jane by various people including a very touching speech by Peter Logan. This was followed by much dancing and fun. Special effort was made tonight by Howard, Ric*********** and Nick by buying authentic Indian outfits in Delhi and itchily wearing them on a very humid ...
... and a young guide called Robert. It's worth saying at this point that there is a surprisingly high proportion of native Goan catholics due, naturally enough, to the Portuguese influence, as they did not leave here until 1956. Some large, white-painted Portuguese looking churches, as well as tiny ones, are dotted among the Hindu and other temples and I am sure it is possible to see western style and Hindu style weddings going on at the same time in the same ...
... their chins looking at western women. In fact Eric caught some Indian teenager taking a picture of me laying out not from not more than 10 feet away. He yelled at the kid to cut it out, and on second thought charged after him and his two teenager friends to confront them, telling him them to never take another picture of “his wife” again. One of them was a teenager two of them were grown men. I felt ...