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We're all safe and sound still. We're in Goa in a town called Agonda, located in the south lower peninsula of India and referred to as "India's Hawaii". Isabel and I are sharing a hut on the beach and Caleb and Josiah are in the hut next to us. They are clean and have functioning bathrooms and showers. We are directly on the beach, facing the ocean and paying ...
... in a taxi, ( i don't no how they knew we were there) Then Jon and Christina turned up on scooters and KV rocked up on a Royal Enfield big **** motorbike, looking cool as ever! After we'd eaten everyone headed back to the hotel apart from me, Beki, Jon and Christina, we went to check some more guest houses out to stay in, but were unsuccessful On our way back to the hotel we got pulled over by a police man, he asked to see our licence, which ...
... Palace. The palace was completed about a hundred years ago in a hybrid style known as Indo-Saracenic. The vast palace had a very wide frontage but the really impressive part was the beautifully painted interiors designed by a British man named Henry Irwin. No photos allowed inside though so you'll have to have a look on Google. We also took a trip out to Srirangapatna where we saw Tipu's Summer Palace, the onetime residence of ...
... got the scooter, it's been great we've been to places you just wouldn't be able to get to stuck in a taxi and it's so nice just jumping on it and going for a ride.
I think we would also be pretty bored without it as we've noticed now behind the beauty of Agonda, everything is the same, the restaurants all really serving the same food and drinks.
It's also closing season now and things are starting to ...
Palolem beach is totally lush, the sand is white, the sky was blue and the sun was high, the sea was a little shallow and occasionally going for a swim felt a little like Weston Super Mere, but it was cool enough to refresh and large enough to avoid the hoards of Indian men who apparently haven’t seen a lady swim before, at least I assume that is why they were so keen to take pictures of such a thing.
Unlike the majority of Europe ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service