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After a very lazy first day and a well deserved night sleep. We have set off to do, "youve got it".... nothing, lying about and being lazy is infectious here.
No obligations and inviting sun beds in the shade are whispering to you " do nothing ".
The simplicity and calm of Agonda is only broken by the crashing of the waves and the squawking of the crows and thank god for the light breeze ...
... than nothing.
Sleep is in interesting word. It's not real sleep on this bus. It's more of 5 minutes of a deep sleep because you're so tired, and then waking up to your face almost hitting the ceiling because you went over a huge bump. Being in the back doesn't help. As a child you always go to the back of the bus to get the most air on bumps! Note to self-- schedule bus trips by ourselves so we don't get the back.
A bumpy and chilly goodnight... from who knows where India. ...
... Everyone is supplied with a set of headphones so the raves are, theoretically, conducted in silence! There is no mention of gags for attendees or earplugs for non attendees however. We make our way back along the beach, this time climbing over the rocky pathway between the Palolem and Colomb Bay. Then its back up the roadway stopping off for cold drinks and chocolate supplies at the general store. By the time we reach ...
... procedure to send a small parcel home.... Not in india! We had to get two passport copies and have the parcels sewn into cotton fabric god knows why! All within about 40 mins. Luckily everything was close by so we first got the cotton bags for the parcels and then the photo copies. We luckily had time to enjoy a quick juice and snacks at a local cafe. We returned with all the necessary requirements to the post office. But then ...
Getting up at 5 o clock for our train to Goa at 6.30 was a killer! No one should ever have to be up that early especially when it turns out they don't need too! We got to the train station early and found a spot to wait for what we thought would be a short 30 minutes. 30 minutes into waiting it was announced that our train was delayed by two hours. We sat their restlessly but still patiently knowing that this kind of thing does ...