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... we didnt want to go in there straight away but promised the owner we would come in on the way back. They kept trying to sell us pashmina, well we have enough of that now! Haha. Clíona has found her last present, now Miriam still had to look for hers.. On the way back to the restaurant we remembered we promised to go in to this man's shop and we found Miriam's last present there! Yay! Time for a swim now! Going into the sea is so nice and ...
... squid, EZ. The next day we woke up early, around 6.30 in prep for the dolphin trip. It was pretty simple really, went on a boat on the sea for half an hour, saw some dolphins in the sea, that was about it. Was 500rps (£5) so didn't feel to ripped off. We then booked a taxi to go the the waterfalls. He showed us some other stuff that was around in Goa and he could show us for no extra cost (he would obviously be making commission on the entry fee's which were also ...
... itself as a problem. I was going to call farhat, when she said not to worry, it was showing up in her system and she would take a copy for us. That took a while, and in the meantime, the boys were creating a ruckus behind me. Joy. I overheard the other counter guy saying there was a 45 min delay. More joy. But then again, this is Air India, I should have expected as much.
Anyway, the boys were still running in circles while I filled out ...
First it was the Swedes, Daniel and Sara who we'd met last year in the Philippines turning up in Mamallapuram. Then on the Andaman Islands we chanced upon Radoslav and Alzbeta, a couple from a tiny town in Slovakia, where Elenka'a mother was born.
Yesterday, I was sitting on our porch at the Blue Corner when I heard this hello ...
And so begins the final leg of our journey - the journey back home to England. Our bags are packed and we make our way down to reception to load them into the minibus.
It's early morning and we drive to the airport in darkness, catching glimpses of the surrounding countryside from the headlights of the minibus.
Dabolim airport even at this time of the morning is busy and appears chaotic, at least to us, with tired travellers who are also ...