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... most heavenly ravioli we have ever tasted in our lives (it melted like butter in our mouths, and we ended up taking Jade and Yilmaz here too!) nothing that exciting happened in Goa. However we do have a little story to share with you. This isn't the most pleasant story, so be warned. However everything turned out alright and we learnt a valuable lesson! So here it goes... After nearly six weeks of travel without any hint of sickness, the events of the ...
... able to get tickets because the new bus filled up right away. They were disappointed because they were so excited to go, and so were we. We will have to plan something else with them. I felt so bad. Maybe they're used to this though, they do live here. I checked my phone again and still had no service bars. Uh ohh. As of now likes like we're going to Goa without one.
As I was saying goodbye to the parents I found out from my mom that I made Dean's list last semester! ...
... before we arrived in Goa where sea, sand and some booze, all disease free hopefully, awaited us! I stupidly thought that the coach journey wouldn't be too bad as we'd booked sleeper seats and packed some snacks and entertainment, in fact I thought it'd be quite pleasant...ha how silly of me. We had room to lay down just, however, the window side meant that we couldn't sit up without nearly knocking ourselves out on the bulkhead above and the walkway side meant that ...
... offer. I am now a new owner of a snazzy hammock chair, confirming the fact that we are going to have to splash out on a package home. As we were leaving the hammock shop, Alice got enticed into a lantern shop again robbing this man of a beautiful lantern for next to nothing. I joined in too and got a smaller version since they were so cheap. After enjoying our night time shop we got some rest so that we could continue to bargain with the rest of India ...
... It took eighty years to build and was not consecrated until 1640. Across the street is St. Francis otherwise known as “Bom Jesus” built in 1605 and is known principally for the tomb of St. Francis Xavier. In 1946, it became the first church in India to be elevated to the status of Minor Basilica. St. Francis was far busier in terms of tourists with most of them being local.
Leaving Josh (the truck) at the edge of town we had our bags taken to ...