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... did a bit of shopping in the little streets.
I also popped into a tour shop to see what activities there might be for me to do. I'd heard about the falls and also the spice plantations, although I never ended up booking these - instead I was won over by Cola Beach which is a privately owned beach back in the south of Goa. I was missing the gorgeous beaches and so ...
... off at a very busy Calangute beach to watch the sunset and had dinner in a great Goan restaurant. Craig tried Chicken Cafreal and I had Masala prawns. Yum! There was also the added bonus that Craig found another dartboard, bad news, it was electric!
Getting a little bit lost along the way we headed back to where we were staying for a drink in a local ...
... English normally to us she had quite a good accent. After buying nothing from her shop she continued to walk with us, Laura having a good chat with her and me and Tash being wary of our belongings, wondering why she was coming with us! As soon as we entered a clearing and could see the lake! she said “you come and see my shop” and there was why she followed. As soon as we came round the clearing we were confronted by numerous women and men offering ...
... we learnt lessons in the hotel booking game that some prices really are too good to be true....
India is not however without its shocks and its more unwelcoming side. As with any country, there are aspects which aren’t mentioned in the guides and that people leave out of their travel stories. As expected of any country which has high levels of poverty, we expected this to be our main shock. Instead however, it’s fair to say it was more a shock ...
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 ...