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... visit. The boss was more than honest with us about how his staff constantly let him down. He spent the day whipping them into shape and giving them a generous helping of his angry voice. Our best entertainment, with exception to a guest named Jimmy that we met, was ordering eggs in the morning. We wanted boiled eggs, we kept getting fried. Being polite we came to terms with this miscommunication and started to favour fried eggs. We thought we'd avoid confusion the last morning ...
... with a family earlier which seems to have caused some confusion. Ugh. It's 4am and the German lads are getting off. Our station is scheduled for 4.30am so we don't think it's our stop. It's impossible to see any signs in the dark. Where the hell is that ticket inspector when you actually need him? The lads get off and someone gets on claiming one of the vacant bunks. We think we must be getting off at the next stop. By this time the ticket man is back and confirms ...
- Long hair.....check
- Cute little bungalow by the sea......err, *ahem*, check
Two weeks chilling out in South Goa (Patnem/ Palolem), doing dog yoga on the beach etceteraaaa...!
As well as the usual haunts and ...
... us to buy some poxy sandels which were probably worth 3 quid at most for 2500 rupees which is about 30 pounds, we laughed at the cheek of it and walked off. Later on Lloyd found a good pair of sandals and managed to bargain his way down from 800 rupees to 300 with his new techniques and our well established knowledge of the Indians and the currency. Lloyd didn’t waste time swapping his flip flops, which he complains about bitterly, to his new sandals and we went back to the room ...
... like they were used to it.
One girl named Lila was 17 years old and just got engaged. Her parents picked out her husband and she will be getting married at 18 years old. With a saddened face, she said "I do not want to get married". These girls have no choice. They do not know how to read or write, they do not have money and their parents control their lives. They say that they are engaged at 17/18, married at ...