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... plus IR 160 for gas.
The first stop for us was breakfast. We had a stop across the bridge to the north of Baga and from here we went to the famous Anjuna Flea Market. It is a market that takes place only on Wednesdays. We weren’t sure if it was going to be fully on since it was so early (it was around 9.00), but it was already full of people and all the shops were fully running!
The system of shops itself reminded me of the markets in China. A lot of smalls ...
... We managed to get a train to Nasik which was nice, it is about 3 hours from Mumbai so not too long a journey this time, we arrived in the evening and the daughter and her friend came and met us at the train station and took us back to her place via rickshaw. It was so surreal turning up to the house, as we approached the road. I could see loads of young boys there waiting for us, as we drove down the road they ran along side us and watched us as we got out and went into ...
... you and the weird, pervy men. This northern region of Goa was far from what we had expected from the amazing reviews we had been given. We stayed in some lovely places but the beach was anything BUT relaxing. Not only do you have to wade through irritating crowds of taxi men along the streets but you then step onto the beach only to be hassled by either toot-sellers or people working at the beachfront bars and restaurants. It was impossible, ...
So we arrived in Goa and after studying the map decide to get off the train a stop early as it was closer to the beach were staying at. We got off the train and jumped in a auto rickshaw who took us to small Vagator beach. We arrived and checked out the digs which were superb value for money, large room, air con and a fridge. After relaxing on the outside porch we decided to explore.
We took a walk along the beach which was stunning, golden sands big ...
... Goa. The once beautiful beach of Baga is still attempted to be kept clean but as I watched a wealthy Indian family change their babies diaper then throw it into the sea I realised that it wouldn’t take long for Goa to now catch up with the rest of India. Goan’s always took pride in their state, rubbish was disposed of, beaches were kept clean but now plastic bottles and diapers are beginning to overtake the natural foliage. The general Indian mentality towards waste is ...