Bougainvillea Guest House Goa
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... t want to be rude so we let him take the picture and got back on our way. We went through a town called Callugoot and decided to see what he beach was like there. This was very brief though as it resembled something from Blackpool with hordes of indian tourists you could hardly even see the beach. When we finally got to Candolim the journey had been worth it as it was an amazing beach. We spent ...
Slow start this morning & a nice breakfast at the resort.
Not very much on today talked to the staff about tours etc.
Went for a walk along the beach (very nice & quite).
We walked to the end of the beach & then went to a place called ...
... we couldn't take the moped. 'No problem!' our landlord said. 'I'll take you'. So we hopped in his van and he drove us the 40 minutes to Velsao, him chattering all the way. But when we got there, there were only expensive hotels around and nowhere for us to stay. He said he'd take us to the next town, Utorda. No rooms available in that small town so we ended up in Majorda the next small town down south. We paid him well for all his time and help and checked in to ...
... we got to their apartment a feast had been laid out. They had arranged 2 chefs to cook Fried King fish, Chicken Breyani and a fish curry. All this was done on a one plate stove. They also supplied 3 bottles of rum, one of whiskey and beers. We feasted and drank till we couldn't move. We laughed a lot even though with all the different languages we couldn't really understand each other and each conversation had to be translated into 4 ...
... we were introduced to India's famous McDowells rum, very good for keeping you warm!
Wednesday 18 & Thursday 19 Jan
Another early start today we headed by bus to Jaipur, the home of the pink city. We spent two nights here where we walked through the pink city and watched the hustle and bustle of city life from a rooftop, we visited Amber fort, the water palace and a textile factory where I purchased a lovely Elephant wall hanging!
Friday 20 Jan