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... so I swam after it down river and somehow miraculously retrieved it. Not only that, but I also didn't drown so that was two little victories right there for me.
Predictably, the next day I woke up with the mother of all hangovers and began to plan a route to my next destination, Palolem, where I would meet up with my mates James and Willis who were due to come to India in a few days. There would be many more hangovers to come I realized.
... the suicidal tourists retreated and let us simply watch the sun go down. It was pretty and the breeze stripped the heat of the day off us.
We waded back across. We were entertained by the rapid transition from the cold river water to warm ocean. I splashed back and forth across the boundary. A huge mud flat had been exposed by the retreating tide. On it was what looked like the work of a thousand thimble sized moles. Little stacks of mud covered the ...
... off line' while in these beautiful locations.
We have listed some family friendly recommendations. As we are eating out 3 times a day (!) we cannot expect the kids to sit still for the amount of time it takes to order, wait, eat and pay the bill (which unfortunately means that they have got absolutely no table manners anymore!). Therefore, the two criteria for us are that there's food that they will eat (by now they are pretty good with rice and curry and ...
... not in a hurry or stressing about things we need to do and see. We have plenty of time to have afternoon naps or get up late. On a normal holiday I would have probably been marching the family down to the beach in the morning to make the most of it, but today we have just hung around the flat and had a splash about in the pool before we go out later when it is a bit cooler, and that is okay because we can just go to the beach tomorrow or the day after.
... but we had a kind young man, who didn't speak English, take our picture by a miniature waterfall, and he gave us our fix of the head bobble for the week, it was that good! Sadly, we didn't have time to make it to the large waterfall, since it also involved a 45 minute hike, and wasn't keen on scooter driving in the dark. When we arrived at the spice farm, we were given a fresh and probably the second best Indian lunch we've had on the trip. We then embarked on ...