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... an hour.
Garbage was rampant as we started out. Many of the fields are water-laden. Even though I am a bit fed up with many, it cost nil to smile at locals. Roadside vendors offered a meagre supply of vegetables, not the types who could buy a new automobile fromt the shiny car dealerships. We were on NH 17.
Grain was dumped on the roadside and then bagged. We followed signs toward Panaji. Mumbai was a scant 609k away. Over the Zuami Bridge caught the ...
... at a few places on the beach and ate seafood and realized we smelled like all the hippies that were around us so we go home to shower. Cisco crashed his moped into a bush trying to cross the road. all the locals saw and were very worried but he was fine. After showers we went back and parked our bikes again. This time we wanted to go to the bars a little farther down the beach and decided it would be a nice walk. On the way there we found a sort of ...
... a catch up... There aren't too many highlights from Anjuna to be totally honest, it was more of a place to chill & relax, not my favourite pastime! It was good food here and we visited a nice beach close by called Vagator but Anjuna itself was rather rubbish filled and I couldn't walk for more than two minutes without being offered drugs by another bloody local! I'm writing this from Hampi, about another 10 hours south, but I will talk about this place in my next blog. Ryan ...
... Bear in mind that this was a very narrow little lane. In the 40 minute period there passed the following: Man with cart- pots and pans - 1 Man pulling cart - empty- 1 Men on foot - 33 Women on foot - 34 (some with baskets on their heads) Boys - 16 Girls - 4 Cows - 3 Vans - 16 Bikes - 5 Tuktuk- 26 Tractor + Trailers - 2 Cars - 10 Motorbikes / mopeds - 172 (all beeping ...
... rough to
swim in the sea. This was lovely and
after meeting two medics doing some volunteer work before the final year by the
pool side we were joined by Kiah and John who had the same idea as us and then
Danny and Tasha appeared. Our little
gang hung out all afternoon and made plans to go together to Arambol the
following day and share a taxi which would be much easier and quicker than the
bus. That night we ate ...