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Whilst the weeks spent at Aravind could be frustrating and difficult, we managed to punctuate them with beautiful weekends spent recharging our batteries (and our resolve) at the wonderful Cardamom House. This was recommended to us when we said we needed somewhere to escape to and we were so pleased that it was. An hour and a half drive away from …
... We know how this works. So Jody went and stood on the flower.
Lo and behold, there up in the roof was a small window and through it, perfectly framed was the golden roof of the Golden Temple. Well we both stood there and laughed our heads off as we had been expecting a bit more than that but never mind!
In the evening there was a procession around the inside of the temple led by a cow with a painted face and painted horns. Closely followed by our ...
... However, as it was so early, no one was around to check us in, so we sat in a 24hour bar and ordered some breakfast, watching the stragglers from the night before that were still drinking. After checking in we met up with our friends Bridget and Luke and all went for breakfast. It was the first time in 2 months I ate MARMITE on toast!!!!! It really is the little things in life!!! Palolem beach is one of the most southern beaches in Goa and one of the quieter. The beaches ...
... the nobility, who had never seen anything like them before.
Dr. John Watkins Sets the Scene:
"There was quite a sensation at court in 1800, when the first real English Christmas tree appeared at court. That year Queen Charlotte planned to hold a large Christmas party for the children of all the principal families in Windsor. And casting about in her mind for a special treat to give the youngsters, ...
... the heat. Back on the bus we zoomed through the city, beeping at everyone slightly in the way. I'm still unsure wether the beeps are to say move or I'm here either way it seems compulsory to beep. We drive throw the fish markets, and opposite were goats on abandon houses, children being bathed, and people getting on with life. We were soon on the high way and drifting out of the big city. We arrived in mamalapurim a few hours later, which was a little less bustle. Out in the city ...