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... maybe break a few along the way) and
I will most likely end up eating my words at some point and saying how fabulous
and life changing it was, ha ha!!
Before we left Goa we spent our last few days just chilling
on the beach, chatting to the local boys in the bar, enjoying some tasty food
and the lazy lazy life we’ve become so accustomed to. Scooters took us from
beach to beach and we swam in waves and floated on calm waters. Lanterns were
set off ...
... one NFL off-season after the next.
In honor of our first year of marriage and our anniversary of setting out to see this beautiful, f’ed up world, I’m listing the top ten ways in which my significant other has enhanced my life and my travel experiences below.
10. My photo album would consist primarily of selfies if my husband didn't double as my cameraman.
9. I can handle my own - always have - ...
... in Melbourne. We had to change trains in Kollom where we stood at the station with at least 400 other Indians. We were the only Westerns amongst them. The connecting train carried that strong scent that you can smell here from time to time. India is full of new smells...some of them not desirable. After leaving Alleppy at 2.30 we arrived home at 8.30 just in time for dinner. Travelling like this is a tough gig at times, but the wonderful moments out weigh the hard work ...
... perfect timing and looked forward to a lie in! However the moral of this story is always check with the chef, as he said breakfast should have been at 7.30 am with a view to sail at 10.30 am Oops! Snack at 12 pm was fresh pineapple. Lunch was served at 2 pm again and was certainly a feast fit for a king. We were told that this is traditionally how an Indian couple eat on their wedding day. The food was served to us rather than help ourselves as usual. Banana leaves were ...
... house to clean up before heading out for dinner. The same rickshaw driver, he lives next door, took me into town, first ATM then wine shop then dinner. ATM was no problems, wine shop was 10 deep, he would not let me out of rickshaw, he bought 2 bottles of Sula for me. Then dinner, I had Karimeen Mappas ( a lake fish, whole in a coconut based gravy). A new dish for me, again very nice. Rickshaw man picked me up and dropped me back to Homestay. Now for a glass of red before ...