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... it is smellier, dirtier, has far more rubbish and is far more pushy than any other country yet there is something no one can put there finger on that means that despite everyone having many bad words to say about it, there is no one I have met who doesn't fall in love with the place.
I'm sold on the country and given there is more for me to see I have no doubt I will be back on her shores soon, armed with a set of headphones and a ...
... check they had done enough homework. He was eager for Kam to take photos of him with his family so she could send them through email later. We cooked; Vegetable masala - masala paste from scratch Dahl - lentils and vegetables in a sauce Bhaji - marinated mix veg Pakoras - fried vegetables in batter Chapatti - thin, round Indian bread Papad - popodom 3 hours later we dished up the food on to a thali tray. A thali is like ...
... some dinner along the beach again. This time we stumbled on O'Saiba restaurant, where the owner is related to the owner of molly's nest. They must be running a bit of a cartel down here!!!! Food was lovely and we headed back along the beach with our torch for a sleep to the sound of the sea outside our door (if you could call it that!)
Next morning Angie headed off to yoga at 8.30am in Ashianya, yoga retreat place while I had sleep in. I was going to go ...
... blooming talent all coming together from all triangles of the globe. Some are here to train within there passion of art, while others are here to be inspired, to grow, to learn, or to just be. There's every form of yoga possible, Reiki, massage courses, breath-work, hoola hooping, fire dancing, juggling, chai drinking, live music being displayed by global musicians spreading the talent of unheard sounds. Thali's are to be eaten, cows to be ...
... of the parts of India except in Goa coconut milk and sugar was added to most dishes. Goans like their food with lots of spice, so you could count that masala was added to everything. There was an abundance of seafood and fish which made Goa a place to eat. Dasha enjoyed some Portuguese sweets called "bebinca" it reminded her of a similiar filipino dessert by the same name.
Seafood, sand, and sun! What else could we ask for? We found paradise!
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