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... for instance when I went on the tread mill and decided to put an incline I found my head touching the ceiling as the roof was so small and on the pull up bar there was a hole in the ceiling for your head to pop through as you pulled up. This is not actually a joke, I just wish I had photo proof. I got back to our room at about to lunch time to find that Alice had only just gotten out of bed and had just started watching ...
... luckily we had a seat. The people who were standing were proper sardines. We were sat on the front row and had three people stood in front of our seat. One lady got on with a huge papaya and managed to sell it to another woman during the journey! Cat’s camera managed to capture a video of the fun that I’m hoping to upload with this blog.
After all the fun we arrived in Palolem safe and sound around teatime. Bus journey ...
... breakfast in a cafe on the beach, which had bacon on the menu, much to my surprise since Indians don't eat pork. I gave it a go anyway, thinking the worst that could happen is that it would be chicken ... I was wrong! It was bacon but with the added bonus of giving me the ***** for the majority of the day ... great! Things calmed down by the evening and we hit the beach to sample the fresh seafood for dinner. It was pretty amazing and it came ...
... not too high though as it was an introductory tour, I made the mistake of saying I wanted to do something a bit scary because it was getting a little tame, so on one of the absails the guide shortened the rope so that I had to absail down half a waterfall then freefall about 5m into a pool at the bottom. better, but still not enough. More on that in a second.
Finmans arrival was a momentous occasion, He delayed it a few days so I'd been building it up with the ...
... sweets and made a lovely flower out of towels on the bed, nice touch I thought. We spent the rest of the day lounging by the pool soaking up the rays sipping a beer, nice way to spend the day. After the sun had set I got onto Skype a chatted with most of the family and that someone special... again it made me feel a bit lonely for home but at the same time was really nice. Generally I don't give money to beggars, in India people can work laong hard days ...
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