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... At 10 am, the auspicious time, a priest takes a torch and lights coconut husks for cooking fires. Each woman has a clay or metal pot raised above the street on bricks. The coconut husk fire heats the water and they make a dish for an offering to the goddess which is Shivas wife. They whole purpose is to give thanks for whatever blessings you are greatful for. It is over 90 degrees, humid and the air is filled ...
... the pastors again tried to exercise the cancer demons with more hand-on-head praying and shouting. By this stage, we were making a large effort to blend into the crowd. It's difficult for me to describe the conditions of what was supposedly a new wing of a hospital. Let me say we are both extremely grateful for the hospital care we have had growing up. Beds without mattresses, no privacy and grime everywhere. It was more like a prison to be honest. ...
... the rope to the middle of the beach, where now both 'teams' of men were standing only about 10 meters apart. As the net got closer and closer to coming in, they were growing excited, chanting loudly and pulling much harder. I was half expecting a whale to be brought in with the amount of force they were putting in to each pull. Finally the men brought the net in, and by this stage, a crowd had gathered. As they brought the net on to the sand I could not ...
Nothing to read here. Doing jack **** for a while in this calm and beautiful resort - no trains, rickshaws, buses.... Peace man. Songs of the day: Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane Talking Heads - Once in a Lifetime Joy Division - Decades Fad Gadget - Back to ...
... some time alone at home! After we parted ways in Madagaon/Margao, we had some more time to kill. Due to the journey being delayed it was going to be less time than we thought. So at around 3 p.m we went into Margao centre and scoured the great indoor market. There was lots of sights, sounds and smells to take in (some smells better than others!). The stalls ranged from fresh fruit and veg, meat with dodgy looking and smelling innards to incense and spices, clothes and shoes ...