Travel Blogs from Calangute
(k) Not knowing what to expect beyond hippies, and with a strong sense of Goan pride by way of marriage, this western Indian state is a sharp contrast to the busy city life just experienced. Or that's what I thought. North Goa was the place of my wife's ancestral roots. It would be like going to Quincy for me.
The morning drive from the …
The last week and a bit has been good. Still teaching/shouting in Hindi and started to slap the children about a bit too. By the end of this ill be getting the stick out! haha just kidding! I wont be that bad! I must say, knowing pressure points really does surprise children! ;)
I went to old goa last week which was nice. It …
We woke up late and checked out from our hotel in Magao ready to head off to central Goa. We decided some lunch was in order first before we left so we went to the restaurant we had gone the night before where we were very impressed with the food. This time we were left dissatisfied and disappointed with the meal. After eating as much of the food ...
... down to one of the bars and had some food and drink. I tried the Kingfish which was deeeeaaaddd nice. I got chatting to another really nice girl by the front of the bar who again was just chatting, but obviously with a view to showing me some stuff. She was saying how she had to marry at like 15-16, she had 2 kids and her husband doesn't really do anything. She has to wash, clean, cook, work etc. She said she didn't like her life. She had to go to Goa every season to make ...
... up this
morning with a hangover! Yet another unsuccessful party search however with
Today chilling is back on the agenda and now that we’re so
close to the beach it’ll only take a minute to get there….
Hoping everyone is well back home and that this mammoth blog
hasn’t sent you to sleep!
Thinking of all of you and sending you much love and sunshine!
Dave & Jess