A's Holiday Beach Resort
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... and Muslim temples/mosques feels very odd here. Some women donned sarees while others wore much more simple dresses. The people look different too; their features are much darker and their accents and language is vastly different. Where there was desert in Rajasthan there is now lush tropical bush and countless amounts of palm and coconut trees. We hadn't done too much research into the area we were staying in, but decided if we didn't like it we would move further to the south. ...
... commented about how different the boys were (personality-wise). Zane was all hello hello how are you and gave her a hug, while Zach sat in his chair glancing shyly at her. Then we talked about how people here sometimes have no sense of propriety when it comes to queueing or waiting for your turn. It was a crowded day at the airport today. Somehow I've always liked the hustle and bustle of airports, with a myriad of different people and their comings and goings. ...
... new friend of ours was nice enough to take us out on her scooter to show us the ropes. Let me begin by saying that Jess took to this scooter like a fish in water. She is a great driver and loved that scooter from the get go. I unfortunately was a different story. When first learning how to ride the scooter I grabbed onto the handle bar that is the accelerator, not knowing that at the time and zoomed off immediately not having control of ...
... here for their holiday too (and want to take pictures of people with pale skin - which gets old when you're as pale as I am) and I hadn't noticed until now but the middle class people go into the sea fully clothed, to preserve their modesty. We were told they even do this in the bath! We ventured to the capital city of Panjim on Monday, on the bus again - we're getting good at this, then hopped on the passenger ferry over the river (just like Shields!). ...
... lesions on my lips and asked how long it had been since my tongue had developed a fungal growth. I told her that I didn't know that it had. She wrote me a prescription with ways to use the drug that even the druggist found peculiar. I wasn't all that confident about my dentist's skills, but feeling somewhat beaten, I did what she told me.
When I returned to our Blue Corner cabina, I cleared a month of hair and beard away from my lips and then gasped. My mouth ...