Adamo The Bellus Goa
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... wasn't as good as the market we went to yesterday, a lot of it was made up of fruit, dried fish and spices. They were all covered in flies and smelled awful! (Especially the fish!) The shop keepers have different tactics there, they come up to you and start a regular conversation with you, like; "which country are you from?" From there they talk to you about normal sorts of things, one woman slipped in that she has a 'very bad' husband, and three hungry ...
... place. How different things are now, i feel so relaxed and safe! A lot of it was in my head and now I feel like I'm sinking into the life here. I asked Janet the lady who owned the guesthouse in anjuna why they took our passport and visa details. She explained its so the embassy can keep track of us in case we go missing anywhere. Which I suppose is a good thing. Our taxi arrived at ten and as expected it was a tiny car the driver expected us all the ...
... and the place is far too inexpensive for what you get.
There are a few dozen delicious dining options up and down the beach, but tonight we went to a place 15 minutes walk away with the unlikely name of Jardin de Ullyses, and Al and I agreed we had one of the best curries ever!
Hope you are enjoying following our trek. I'll report again in a couple of days. Cheers.
... but other guests indicated that they were quite nice with powdery golden sand. They did not swim in the water as it had warnings out today. It was another hot day at 42C.
Goa is situated on the west coast of India and is a constitutional state of the Republic of India. It is located 250 miles south of Mumbai. Goa consists of 62 miles of coastline and extends 40 miles inland and includes the offshore island. ...
... a mic
with Amy was interesting too and we both agreed it was better with
two. However, what these musical experiences have taught me is that
having to cope with ****** equipment really pushes you to adapt and
grow to get the best out of what you have which is never a bad thing.
As it turned out Mickys menu was pretty uninspiring so we headed to
Casa Fiesta for dinner after our show, a sister restaurant to the one
at Pallolem. Various ...