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... than done. At the exit I was stopped by a guard saying “no sir you
can’t leave” – naturally I retorted along the lines of “Come on, you’ve got to
be kidding – I’m more likely to be danger to you in here than if you let me out
– my ex can let you know how grumpy I get when I’m hungry!” Apparently I needed
permission from the dear airline office lady to leave and shortly after I was
befriended by a ...
... than can be gotten in Palolem. While some travelers find Palolem too developed and crowded, we find it a nice balance of good services and rustic charm. While at our hut hidden in the palm grove, we certainly feel away from it all......
March 5th to 14th PALOLEM BEACH
Cressida Cyrus (pure bliss)
Daytime temperatures 90F /32C nights 56F/13C
... rather than sitting at the back of a 100 degree celsius bus trying not to sit on a flapping chicken that's escaped from it's cage.
After arriving I found a hut back from the beach for a price I thought was a little too reasonable although I couldn't see any obvious catch so I took it. At about 2 in the morning I realized this hut had not been such a steal after all as what seemed like the entire beach erupted in the ...
... than trying to help us which was exactly what we wanted as we did not know them or trust anyone. We got a cab home and once in the taxi relaxed. We got home ok and all was good, we still enjoyed our day at the festival a lot just opted out a but early haha. The next day Today was the final day of the festival. The boys who gave us a lift home on the first night wanted to meet us last night but we had come home early and I had not checked my phone in the evening, we had not arranged a ...
... and a pair of Belgium girls called Marie. Taking a relaxed approach to temple exploring I sat on my bum for the next 7 hours before venturing out the Maries to watch the sunset from monkey temple, after climbing its 1000 stairs. Sunsets are ultimately fairly unsatisfying for the colourblind traveller but the views were incredible. Hampi is like a cake where someone has spilt the whole tub of 100's and 1000's only instead of delicious little pieces of confectionery they're ...