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This is our second day at the hospital pharmacy. The day before was a feeler. We observered what the pharmacists did, went to lunch, and back to the pharmacy. Today, a pharmacist, Rosario, was nice enough to pick us up from our hotel. He sped up to the entrance and was blasting Katy Perry music! This guy is hip. He is a DJ. When we reached the pharmacy, we shadowed the pharmacists as they prepared ordered medications for ...
... that helps blood flow and helps with arthritis, but only a tiny bit is needed. Oh we swung from some tree roots that hung from above, elastic and strong. That was fun! They had cocoa...so the process of making chocolate was explained.The "Danish" were pretty annoying. One lady was acting as translator and she spoke louder than the guide. Which wasn't so nice. We crushed this awesome leaf in your hand which every time you smelt it, it gave the smell of ...
... and had water tipped on us as a blessing which it was as it was bloody hot!! We also had a shot of fene which is made from cashew nuts and only made in goa!! Bloody horrible! Then we drove back but not before overtaking a lorry which was overtaking a moped which had a bus coming towards us with a cow in the middle of the road!! We were all screaming but it was hilarious!! When we got back ...
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It rained pretty much the entire time we were in Goa. At times it was incredibly heavy. One morning we awoke with a start after hearing a huge bang and gushing sound. I went to our door to take a look to see what happened and I was treading in water before I reached the door. Not a good sign! Basically what had happened was that one of the sheets of tarpaulin had been put up so badly it had dipped in the middle, allowing it to fill with water all ...
With the flight to Goa being 2 hours late, everyone had gone to bed by the time the taxi made the 2 hour journey from the airport (this feels like a lifetime ago, writing about this 6 weeks on!).
The beach hut owner had said he'd send someone who knew where the huts were, as they were not that easy to find, Arambol is a tiny town, with a long old beach..
The driver did not know where they were, but had the owners phone number. Fine I thought. We rang it ...