Ave Maria 1 Guesthouse
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So down to Doms beach shack today(got followed down the path to beach by one of the many dogs around, all very sweet & just wantingbto belong to someone. If we lapsed behind he stopped&looked around for us to catch up. Didnt follow us onto beach though just watched us for a while & then went back down the path)& inundated with Russians. Jason got very concerned & alerted me to a "beached whale" blocking his views of the sea. We have been wondering ...
... had a drink on the seafront and paddled in the water, before heading back to Margao, for our next bus down to Palolem and then Patnem Beach. The bus ride was sweltering, even though it was late afternoon, and Mr H's back was wet through after only a few minutes! Eventually, we arrived at Palolem, and took a Tuk Tuk to the Sea View Resort near Patnem Beach. Will report on our few days in Patnem/Palolem in our next Blog.
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Lyndsey & Martin
... honey moon in India the other one was mother and son. At least I hope!!! ;). Anyway it was very nice to find myself among british people again, as most of tourists in Goa were Russians and Germans. But mostly Russians. I have nothing against either of these nations but anything can be bad for you when overused, right? We were supposed to be dropped back off at aprox. 4:30pm. Our way to the waterfall involved passing by Old Goa (great, something to "digest" for my Nikon), visiting ...
Arrived in Goa this evening after a very long day of travelling by jeep, train and car...it's safe to say I'm bloody knackered! We met at the hotel bar to have a farewell drink with our leader Chan who had to leave early to head back home. Somehow we got onto giving out awards and making nicknames for eachother and I was named 'Closet Freak'! Not sure if that's a compliment ...
Finally on our fourth and last day in Goa, we rushed out of our hotel to make it for a noon meeting in downtown Vasco city. This is where we met with a head of a big mining and hotel company who explained to us that Iron Ore mining and the tourism industry are major contributors to the Goan economy. He then lead us to a nice meal at his hotel and provided us with a driver to tour around Vasco City.