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... in squirrels tails! It was really fascinating but sad to say my painting wasn't quite the same work of art - I was proud of myself all the same! I also had henna done on my foot which looked really pretty - until my flip flops wore away a patch and the it didn't look quite as nice! Whilst we were here we came across a photoshoot, it was a local magazine who were shooting their front cover. The director got us the pose with him and the magazine and he said we would feature ...
... Indian crafts aimed at the hippy market. Ali Barber pants, which I had scorned throughout my trip so far and continued to avoid, were all the rage, although I did pick up a couple of pairs of cooler hippy pants and Kaftans (John adds – oh no holiday budget watch out!). On the way to the market the taxi was stopped by a group who were throwing paint as part of the festival of colours. The taxi driver, for obvious reasons did not want his car covered in paint and so gave ...
... distressed about and questioning what our money has been spent on. A girl in our group also had an encounter with a member of staff where he attempted sexual assault and resulted in his loss of job. Regardless of the hotel the rest of Goa was quite pleasant and it was nice to finally relax. The first day we just had a lazy beach day, but the second was India's holi festival of colours to celebrate the arrival of Spring. This meant ...
We found a really hip Buddhist place called Tantra, a beach tree shack run by hippies right on the beach down at the end! We decided to stay there the next couple of nights before we leave for Delhi. Its made of bamboo, no walls, three levels separated by Arabian sheets, with Arabian style beds, very funky. Its very laid back and chilled, like an ashram. We spoke ...
We have spent the last few days not really doing much at all. Our days mainly consist of eating, sleeping, reading and swimming. To say we have been taking it easy would be an understatement; our biggest worry at the moment is where we're going to go out to eat that night. We can’t really complain, unlucky for you lot back home at work or at uni in the snow! We’ll have a drink on the beach for you! Today we woke up late and decided to do something useful with the rest of ...