Ancora Beach Resort
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... rocks so watch out! On the way down Tez slipped, fell down and got some really bad bloody scratches. It was late enough so we started to head back home.
Day 3: January 30, 2014
Since we didnīt want to waste time with looking for a place where to have our first meal of the day we asked for a room service and had breakfast in our bed. It was the first time we had done something like this since we started our trip!
We took the same motorbike and ...
... However, I do discover a reasonable place for a late lunch...back later for roast chicken and a beer! I also discover that combining two totally unrelated businesses is OK for Indian shopkeepers - today's example is that of firework seller and cashew nut merchant. It's now 6pm and Ian has decided to give me a tour of the town. We take a walk to the Post Office to send postcards and walk through the gardens. The temperature is now reasonable although it will be dark shortly. ...
... my lounger and insisted that they needed to be threaded. I told her, over and over again, that I wasn't interested but she pulled out her bit of string anyway and started plucking away at the stray hairs she could find. That's just one example of the badgering you had to endure 24/7 in Calangute. It was, admittedly, much nicer to be in a beach town as opposed to a smelly, overcrowded city. However, your personal space remained public and your ability ...
... see girls wearing skimpy shorts. Goa is extremely laid-back, and absolutely unlike anywhere we'd been so far. No more embarrassing pyjama trousers for me!
We spent nearly a week in Vagator, during which Jamie bumped into Ginge - a regular from The Miller - who has been coming to Goa to get battered since some time in the 80s.
... first as she clearly wanted to come too! So the six of us, three dogs and a cow were now in the posse on the way to the waterfall. We got chatting to an Indian girl too but charmed us with her English phrases like ‘come and have a gander’ and ‘just come ‘ave a butchers at my shop’!
After about a 15 minute walk we arrived at a river that joins with the sea at this point and a sand bank had created the lake we were ...