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... and Blackie. After we had dropped our bags in the room and paid upfront for 3 nights the couple who ran the place cooked us breakfast. Never get a spinach bhaji - it is the complete opposite of an onion bhaji and is just a overpowering green sludge. We then headed out to the beach which we at first discovered had no sand but after we adventured a bit further we found the sandy end of the beach. After being hassled by the shop owners ...
... After we felt like we had out stayed our welcome in the restaurant we got a rickshaw back to the train station to wait for another 1.5 hours. Luckily this time we found the A/C waiting room which had comfy chairs in it. Lloyd once again fell asleep. At this point we were both fidgety with waiting and bored and were not impressed that we could have had an extra 5 hours of sleep! After a while we were joined in the waiting room by ...
After a 7am start and a quick run back up the beautiful beach I joined Amy for breakfast with our homestay family and left Thottadar to head to the station for the 09:45 train to Mangalore.
The train was a little delayed but once we were away the two hour journey went fairly quickly. A muslim guy joined us in our seats with all the usual questions, a nice enough lad. I chatted with him briefly about Islam as he ...
... literally threw her bag along the beach at one point! hehehee - shouldn't laugh! but in all fairness it was bloody hard going and must admit she was tough! we got there in the end!! so a pretty bad start but hey you can't always be lucky.
Today was the first time we really felt the Goan vibe I guess, buses named love boats, wacky colours and music to match!! sat in the bus with sort of Latin American ...
... my eye as soon as we arrived in Mumbai is that men that are close friends or related often hold hands or fingers or walk with their arms around each other (and, no, not a gay thing). In contrast, men and women seldom are seen holding hands or touching each other. Another contrast today at the beach was young men in nothing but their underwear, whereas women are very fully clothed. I’m not sure I saw even one Indian woman in shorts let alone a swim ...