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... by 7am, very excited to be back in Goa! During the day we had a look around for restaurants doing a Christmas dinner so we could get something booked up. We found a place called Magic Trees who were advertising an actual Christmas Day dinner with chicken, veg, roast potatoes and apple crumble so we may book to go there. We brought ourself some cheap booze from the local alcohol shop and had some drinks on the balcony that ...
... one room hut - shared by three children, the two women and another who also had wares to sell, several men and goodness knows how many others. There is a little boy about 3 years old asleep on the floor as we arrive who is rolled to the edge of the mat that he is sleeping on to make way for the 'westerners' and another young girl cooking a pot of rice. The jewellery, T-shirts and throws are brought out for us to look at and when we say that we only want a throw there is ...
... 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 ...
... resorts and rustic bars. The town itself is geared for the tourist with many taxi drivers competing for business and stalls selling anything from hippy beachwear to spices. After a walk along the beach to take in the sunset we arrive at Paulina's favorite bar The Cozy Nook. Trees strewn with blue neon lights, low tables and seating that feels like you are sitting on a trash bag covered with ...
... the sea, the sand and a picked-at-random beach bar. We're in Goa until Friday and after that I think travelling will become a little more hectic as the next stop is Mumbai, then moving between a number of different cities - I feel grateful for a relaxing week before that begins!
So that's a little taster of Goa, hopefully the pictures will show the rest. I'll keep you updated if anything more interesting happens, however unlikely that is!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service